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Rediscover the robust task management features in Microsoft Outlook 2010. Author Gini Courter explains the difference between Outlook tasks and To-Do Lists, and shows how to use Outlook 2010 to handle both business and personal schedules, from making appointments, to creating and completing tasks, to color-coding calendars and tasks for at-a-glance review.
Welcome to Outlook 2010: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks. I am Gini Courter and I am pleased that you are joining me for this course. My goal is to show you how to use Outlook to manage your work-life efficiently and effectively, even if you're already using the Microsoft Outlook Calendar and Microsoft Outlook Tasks and To-Do List. I'm going to show you some tips and techniques that will help you leverage these features, so that you can manage your time more effectively. We will also take a look at the quick steps that are new to Outlook 2010 and can be real timesavers.
We will take a look at the ways that we can categorize as well as how we can use flags to follow-up on items, whether or not they are on our calendar or on our task list. By the time you're done with this course, you will be able to use Outlook to plan your work-life and also to have a great retrospective look on what you've done and when you've completed it. Let's get started.
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