Welcome to the Microsoft Outlook 2007 Bible. The goal of this book is to provide a complete guide to this popular and useful program and, modesty aside, we think that we have done a terrific job. The Outlook Bible covers Outlook from A to Z, from soup to nuts, so you can be confident that it includes the information you need. Whether you are an Outlook beginner or have experience with earlier versions of the program, this book is designed for you.
Whereas many other programs are devoted to a single task, Outlook is more like a Swiss Army knife. It provides, in a convenient integrated package, all of those tools that most everyone uses on a regular basis—email, a calendar and appointment book, a contacts list, and a to-do list, just to name the most popular components. These tools can be used independently but—and here's where the real power of Outlook comes into play—can also be integrated with each other to provide a sophisticated information and time management system.
There's no getting around it, however—such a powerful program is unavoidably complex. Although Microsoft has made every effort to make Outlook as intuitive and easy to use as possible, any user will benefit from a guide to the program's commands and features. That's where this book comes in.
Like all books in the Bible series, the Outlook Bible is designed to provide a complete guide to the program while remaining accessible to users at all levels of experience. It is neither a simplistic ...