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  • Favorite Outlook Guide?

    Hi fellow GTDers-

    Does anyone out there have a favorite "bible" for Outlook? I'd like the basics, doesn't need to be too advanced.

    For reference, my fave Excel book is the Excel 2003 Bible by John Walkenbach.

    Just curious what your thoughts are..


    Thanks in advance.



    Annabella

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    I like the O'Reilly Outlook Pocket Guide. Very small, as the name implies, but is actually pretty comprehensive.

    Katherine

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    • #3
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      Thanks Katherine -

      I think I'll go pick up a used copy at Amazon right now.


      annabella

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      • #4
        O'Reilly

        I purchased this book a while back without really looking to closely at it.
        The price was right so I just bought it.

        I gave it away the next day.

        I found the book far too simplistic for me. If you purchase the GTD Outlook guide from this website, I think you'll find it much more useful.

        As well you can also turn on a tip of the day feature from the MS Paperclip man.

        Everytime you start a MS program, he'll give you a handy tip.

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