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Outlook 2007 Bible
by Peter G. Aitken

The complete A to Z guide to Outlook makes it easy to master email, appointments, contacts, tasks, and more. Whether you are a beginner who just wants to set up email, or a power user who wants to get the most out of custom forms, VBA programming, and rules, you'll find what you need in this book.

Published by Wiley Publishing, April 2007
ISBN 978-0-470-04645-6
600 pages, $39.95

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Table of Contents

Part I: Getting Started

Chapter 1: Getting Started with Outlook (Download this chapter in PDF format)
Chapter 2: Installing and Using Outlook

Part II: Working with Email

Chapter 3: Working with Email Accounts
Chapter 4: Fundamentals of Email
Chapter 5: Formatting Your Email Messages
Chapter 6: Working with Advanced Email Message Components and Editing Tools
Chapter 7: Understanding Email Options
Chapter 8: Dealing with Junk Email
Chapter 9: Processing Messages with Rules

Part III: Managing Information

Chapter 10: Managing Your Contacts
Chapter 11: Working with the Calendar
Chapter 12: Working with Schedules and Meetings
Chapter 13: Working with Outlook Notes
Chapter 14: Using the Journal
Chapter 15: Keeping Track of Tasks
Chapter 16: Making Use of RSS Feeds

Part IV: Getting the Most Out of Outlook

Chapter 17: Making the Most of Outlook Categories
Chapter 18: Working with Outlook Folders and Data Files
Chapter 19: Customizing Outlook to Suit the Way You Work
Chapter 20: Managing Security Issues
Chapter 21: Using Outlook with Other Applications

Part V: Programming Outlook

Chapter 22: Writing Macros and Visual Basic Code in Outlook
Chapter 23: Getting Started with VBA
Chapter 24: Understanding the Outlook Object Model
Chapter 25: Programming Outlook with VBA: Some Examples
Chapter 26: Working with Outlook Forms
Chapter 27: Going Beyond Basic Forms

Part VI: Additional Topics

Chapter 28: Using Outlook with Exchange Server
Chapter 29: Using Outlook with SharePoint Services