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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.
Congratulations! You've arrived at the end of the Outlook 2010: Time Management Course. I'd like to suggest three titles that you might consider as next steps as you continue to improve your work practice in Microsoft Outlook. First, Dave Crenshaw has a great Time Management Fundamentals course. Second, you might also take a look at the Outlook 2010: Power Shortcuts Class, which has a whole series of quick shortcuts that you can use that will make you a more efficient Outlook user.
And finally, now that you have a handle on Tasks and the Calendar, you might consider my Outlook 2010: Effective Email Management course. All of these courses are available in the Lynda.com Online Training Library. Again, thank you for taking this course from me. It's truly been a pleasure to provide this information for you.
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