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Old 25.10.2006, 18:55
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Learning to use microsoft outlook

Hi,
Can anybody recommend the best way to teach myself how to use outlook. I only use it at the moment to send e-mails but know that there is a lot more that you can use it for. I have looked on the web for free tutorials but cannot find anything suitable. I have 4 days in which to learn Any suggestions greatly welcome.
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Old 25.10.2006, 18:59
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Re: Learning to use microsoft outlook

Teach yourself MS Outlook in

5 minutes
24 hours
1 week
one month
at a Glance
in picture
for Dummies
An Idiots guide to..

The first two should do the job. Published by SAMs I think. I used to sell these...

More realistically search online for "Outlook" "tutorial" or "Primer" or "beginners". I'm not gunna do this for you (see other thread)

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Can anybody recommend the best way to teach myself how to use outlook. I only use it at the moment to send e-mails but know that there is a lot more that you can use it for. I have looked on the web for free tutorials but cannot find anything suitable. I have 4 days in which to learn Any suggestions greatly welcome.
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Old 25.10.2006, 19:01
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Re: Learning to use microsoft outlook

Hi Swissfi, I know this is off-topic therefore it's technically not wrong to post that here, but there are billions of tutorials out there on the net, and absolutely loads of forums dedicated to helping people out with computer related issues.

While most of us can figure our way around a PC, the main skill set of most of our members is sarcasm . Therefore my suggestion is:

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Old 25.10.2006, 19:16
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Re: Learning to use microsoft outlook

Cheers guys, that told me I wasn't expecting anyone to search for me, I have searched and yes there are lots of sites, just wanted to know if anybody could recommend a particular site that they had used.
Obviously learning to use it must be quite easy.
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Re: Learning to use microsoft outlook

Why don't you try the help? There is a guided tour which is pretty good.
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Re: Learning to use microsoft outlook

And let's not forget that the paper clip is always only too eager to badger you with some stupid tip...
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Re: Learning to use microsoft outlook

just start using it, press every button and don't be afriad to break things, just create .pst files if you're actually using it, the more familiar you become with all aspects of the application the better. It's like wanting to learn to cook, you can have all the recipes you want, but just buy a pan, turn up the gas and get cracking.
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Re: Learning to use microsoft outlook

http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/tr...832721033.aspx

Try this, if not im sure I have a MS officebook somewhere if I find it I will pass it on.

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http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/tr...832721033.aspx

Try this, if not im sure I have a MS officebook somewhere if I find it I will pass it on.

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Thanks a lot DC, you are a star
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