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Better just to play around with the software,
This review is from: Outlook 2003 For Dummies 2003 (Paperback)
I don't know whether it is Outlook that I am not particularly impressed with, or this book. It seems like there are lots of features that should exist in Outlook and yet I can't work out how to do them with or without the book. But some things that I saw other people do, for example voting tabs, I couldn't find mentioned in the book, but were easy enough to discover how to do myself. I came from a background of having used email for the last 12 years, but only recently started to used Outlook, so maybe for a complete email novice it would be more useful. I felt the book spent a long time explaining things that for me were intuative, but didn't go much beyond that on the email side of things. Maybe it isjust that compared to some of the other email programs that I have used, Outlook doesn't go much beyond this?