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In Office 2008 for Mac: Small Business Projects, author and business owner Maria Langer shows how anyone can build a small business with the tools provided in Microsoft Office 2008. Maria teaches the concepts as she creates documents that every business needs: business cards, letterhead, contact records, and invoices. She demonstrates how the Office applications contain all the functions and features needed to build a strong company identity and communicate with customers. Throughout the course, Maria gives tips from the perspective of a successful small business owner, highlighting the features that she uses every day. Exercise files accompany this course.
Meetings are a part of business life. Whether they're internal meetings with coworkers, bosses, or staff members or meetings with customers or clients, they are important to keep track of. Entourage makes scheduling and keeping track of meetings easy. Its calendar can be viewed by a Day, Work Week, Week, or Month. You can add events including recurring events and set up reminders, so you don't forget. You can associate categories, projects, and links to an event. Entourage also gives you the ability to invite anyone with an email address to events such as meetings.
Schedule an event on your Entourage Calendar, add invitees and send out the invitations by email. When invitees respond, Entourage keeps track of their responses and maintains a list of who's coming. It will even send out revised invitations if you update the meeting to a different date or time. In this chapter, we'll take a closer look at Entourage's meeting scheduling features. We will schedule a meeting and invites some coworkers. Then we'll see what happens when an invitation to someone else's meeting arrives. We will also modify an even and see how that affects the people we've invited.
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