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From setting up Entourage as the default mail application to managing projects across the other Office applications, Entourage 2008 Essential Training teaches users how to fully take advantage of this software. Instructor Garrick Chow begins by covering how to create and configure accounts and import Address Book information, and then moves on to explore working with the Calendar to adding and updating events, sending and receiving invitations, flagging to-do items, creating project plans, and more.
Hi, I'm Garrick Chow and welcome to Entourage 2008 for Mac Essential Training. Entourage 2008 is part of Microsoft Office 2008, the fantastic Mac only version of the Microsoft's power house suite of productivity applications that also includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Many people think of Entourage as just a program for reading and writing e-mail, but it is capable of so much more, and this latest version includes some great new features for managing not only your e-mail but also for managing your schedule, contacts, tasks and projects. In this series of training videos I'm going to take you through all the essential information you need to get started using Entourage to get yourself more organized and in control all those aspects of your daily life.
Now, one quick note about exercise files for this tutorial. There are none. Unlike many other lynda.com training titles, there aren't any example files to work along with for these movies because most of the work you do in Entourage has to do with setting up your own e-mail account and working with events and tasks it you write from scratch. So just sit back and watch these movies or work along with your own information in Entourage as we go along. Alright, that said let's jump right in and get started.
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