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Introduction to Outlook 2007: Creating & Viewing More Than One Calendar

Do you often run into problems scheduling everything in your complicated life? Do you have trouble keeping track of all the things you need to do? Do you have a need to track both personal and business activities in Outlook? If you answered “Yes!” to any of those questions, Outlook’s ability to handle multiple calendars […]

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Intro to Outlook 2007: Working With More Than One Calendar

Tracking the many sides of your life is much easier when Outlook lets you maintain multiple Calendars. And the ability to display those Calendars in different ways depending on the needs of the moment makes great sense. So let’s take a look at exactly how to work with all your Calendars. The Basics By default, […]

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Introduction to Outlook 2007 – Using Desktop Alerts

Desktop alerts are messages that appear on your screen when certain things happen in Outlook. You’ve most likely seen them in the lower-right corner of the screen, popping up over whatever you happen to be doing when new mail arrives in Outlook. While the most common time to see desktop alerts is when new messages […]

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About Connecting Outlook 2007 to a Free Email Account

If you are going to use Outlook 2007 as an email program, and you’re not connected to a corporate Microsoft Exchange server, you’ll need to connect Outlook to a Web-based email account. Lots of big companies, like Yahoo!, Microsoft, and Google offer free web-based email accounts, as do hundreds of smaller companies. But not all […]

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