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Microsoft® Office 2010 Inside Out by Ed Bott and Carl Siechert

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Chapter 21. Inside Outlook 2010

What’s in an Outlook Profile?

Personalizing the Outlook Interface

Setting Up Mail Accounts

Organizing Your Contacts

Managing Your Calendar

Creating, Sending, and Receiving Messages

WE saved our three chapters on Outlook 2010 for the end of this book. That decision doesn’t imply any judgment as to Outlook’s relative worth—rather, it reflects the program’s curious place in the Office family. The four programs we covered first—Word, Excel, OneNote, and PowerPoint—are included with every Office edition. Outlook, by contrast, is available only in the business editions of Office 2010.

Outlook is a big, feature-packed program that might be overkill for some people, especially those who don’t need to connect to corporate mail ...

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