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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Robert Cordingley, Charlie Russel

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Using Your Address Book as a Resource List

It can be time-consuming to enter all the resources you need for a particular project. If you already have these individuals in your Outlook Contacts folder, there's no need to enter them a second time in your Project file. Outlook enables you to eliminate duplicate data entry by creating a resource list from your Contacts folder.

Creating a Resource List in Project

A resource list is a list of individuals you can use when assigning tasks. To create your resource list from your Outlook Contacts folder, use the following steps:

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Enter Gantt Chart view by clicking the Gantt Chart button on the toolbar or selecting View, Gantt Chart.
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Click the Assign Resources button on the toolbar or select Tools, ...

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