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Outlook 2007 is the latest full-featured emailing and contact management software from the Microsoft Office suite. Instructor Sean Conrad explains each of Outlook 2007's components and new features in detail, from the basics of the main interface to the more advanced elements of the application. Sean covers the Office button and the Quick Access toolbar as well as the ins and outs of reading and writing email. He delves into using the advanced filtering features to prioritize incoming mail and avoid unwanted spam or files. Sean also explains how to integrate Outlook's Calendar and Notes features for increased productivity.
There are four different types of entries you can make in your calendar. The first one is an appointment. An appointment is the most basic type, and this is basically time you have set aside to work on something yourself. A meeting is very similar, except with a meeting, there might be other people involved. So other people, you need to invite to that meeting, or possibly resources you need, such as a conference room or a projector. The third type is an event, or an all-day event. And events are things you want to track on your calendar, when they have to happen, the start and end dates or times, but you don't want to block out the calendar for that event.
So my flight to England is in here but I'm going to be able to accomplish some other things during this day, so I just want it as an all-day event. I don't necessarily want to block out that time. Forth, are tasks, and tasks are things that you want make sure you get done, or you need to respond to. Tasks you can set start dates, due dates on, reminder times, and things like that.
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