MS Outlook Tutorial



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MS Outlook Tutorial

Postby Mike the Kiwi » Wed, 05 Nov 2003 20:19:00 GMT

Hi, I have been using MS Outlook for a couple of years without ever having received instruction on how to manage things

Can someone help me out with the URL to an online tutorial or similar where I can pick up some tips about WTF I am doing!

I use Outlook Express for email and MS Outlook for the calendar only. Mostly I have been able to work things out
successfully, but have encountered a few problems along the way and need to know the program better.

Thanks for all assistance.

Mike the Kiwi

Re: MS Outlook Tutorial

Postby Vince Averello [MVP-Outlook] » Wed, 05 Nov 2003 20:38:29 GMT

Start here:

received instruction on how to manage things
where I can pick up some tips about WTF I am doing!
Mostly I have been able to work things out
to know the program better.

Re: MS Outlook Tutorial

Postby Richard Benson » Wed, 05 Nov 2003 20:39:27 GMT

Any reason for using OLE for Mail and OL for calendar??

In my experience, start with the online help and if there is anything you
don't understand, search the newsgroups or use, you can
always find the answer to your question. But basically, experiment and be
clear about what you want to do.

received instruction on how to manage things
where I can pick up some tips about WTF I am doing!
Mostly I have been able to work things out
to know the program better.

Re: MS Outlook Tutorial

Postby Mike the Kiwi » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 13:07:02 GMT

Yup, cos Outlook Express doesn't have a calendar ;)

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