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Reading and responding to email can be a full-time job. In Outlook 2010: Real-World Projects, Gini Courter explores the new features in Microsoft's popular email and calendaring program that make the job faster and easier to manage. With Conversation View, Gini shows how to catch up on unread email strings without rereading duplicate information. Performing multiple tasks, like replying to and moving a message at the same time, is a snap with Quick Steps, which Gini reviews in detail. She also highlights the revised Contacts tabs and new Calendar features, groups, and tools.
(Music playing) Hello! I'm Gini Courter. Welcome to Outlook 2010, Real-World Projects. In this course, we'll see how the Conversation view can save a lot of time by combining related massages. We'll review the new built-in quick steps to speed along repeated actions and even show you to build quick steps of your own. Finally, we'll review the contextual changes to the Ribbon, especially related to the Calendar and Contacts tabs. I'm really excited about this new version of Microsoft Outlook, and I think following these real-world examples will make it easier for you to apply these new features to your projects.
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