Chapter 11. Manage Multiple Priorities with Outlook

Whether you are a seasoned user of earlier versions of Outlook or completely new to the program, you will appreciate Microsoft's efforts to streamline the program's interface. By default, the program displays the Mail component, consolidating it with your calendar, upcoming appointments, and tasks on a single screen.

In addition to enabling you to send and receive e-mails, Outlook is designed to help you keep track of appointments, manage your contacts, maintain a to-do list, keep a journal to track your time, and more.

Of course, Outlook contains many basic-level tools that are designed to make you more efficient. More advanced tools, however, can really help you stay organized. For example, you ...

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