Microsoft Outlook 2000 Bible is your all-in-one reference for mastering Outlook 2000, Microsoft's popular messaging and groupware application. Practical examples and advice help you maximize Outlook's integrated e-mail, calendar, contact management, task tracking, and online synchronization features -- and let you take advantage of new additions such as the contact acivity tracker and the smart meeting planner. Packed with step-by-step instructions for creating groupware aplications, Microsoft Outlook 2000 Bible delivers all you need to become an Outlook power user.
Table of Contents
Preface. Acknowledgments. Quick Start. PART I: Getting Started with Microsoft Outlook 2000. Chapter 1: What's Outlook 2000 All About? Chapter 2: A Guided Tour of Outlook 2000. Chapter 3: What's New in Outlook 2000? Chapter 4: Installing Outlook 2000. Chapter 5: Configuring Outlook 2000. PART II: Mastering E-mail. Chapter 6: E-mail Basics. Chapter 7: Intermediate E-mail Concepts. Chapter 8: Advanced E-mail Concepts. PART III: Microsoft Outlook 2000 as a Personal Information Manager. Chapter 9: Managing Your Contacts. Chapter 10: Managing Your Calendar. Chapter 11: Scheduling Your Time. Chapter 12: Tracking Tasks. Chapter 13: Keeping Your Journal. Chapter 14: Taking Notes. Chapter 15: Using Newsgroups. PART IV: Getting the Most out of Microsoft Outlook 2000. Chapter 16: Customizing Outlook 2000. Chapter 17: Using Folders Effectively. Chapter 18: Integrating with Other Applications. PART V: Basics of Microsoft Outlook 2000 Development. Chapter 19: Outlook 2000 Application Types. Chapter 20: Creating a Simple Outlook Form. Chapter 21: Controls in Outlook Forms. Chapter 22: Utilizing Custom Fields. Chapter 23: Adding Functionality to Outlook Forms. PART VI: Advanced Messaging Development. Chapter 24: Working with Application Folders. Chapter 25: Collaborative Messaging Basics. Chapter 26: Using the Outlook 2000 Object Model. Chapter 27: Outlook 2000 COM Add-ins Primer. Chapter 28: Collaborative Data Objects. Chapter 29: Exchange Server Scripting and Routing Objects. Appendix A: What's on the CD-ROM? Appendix B: Object Model References. Index. End-User License Agreement. CD-ROM Installation instructions.
About the Authors Todd A. Kleinke, CPA, MCSD, MCSE, is a senior analyst at KSM Consulting, LLC. In his capacity as an accounting and management consultant, he develops custom applications and specializes in the integration and automation of business processes. Currently, Todd designs and develops various intranet applications at Dow AgroSciences, as well as custom sales automation applications that use Outlook and many of the latest Microsoft technologies. Todd presented his Outlook applications at a recent Microsoft Exchange conference. Brian Underdahl is the best-selling author of over 40 computer books, including several current titles from IDG Books Worldwide: Small Business Computing For Dummies, Windows 98 One Step at a Time, Internet Bible (coauthored with Edward Willett), Teach Yourself Office 97 (coauthored with Keith Underdahl and Faithe Wempen), Teach Yourself Microsoft Windows 98 (coauthored with Al Stevens), and Teach Yourself Microsoft Office 2000. Brian spends most of his time at the keyboard writing about personal computing when he's not attending Mensa meetings or cooking gourmet meals.