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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 Inside Out by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 17. Making Notes

If you're like most people, there's at least one note stuck to your monitor, lying on your desk, or tucked in a drawer, keeping some critical piece of information relatively safe until you need it again—safe, that is, until you lose the note. If you're looking for a better way to keep track of all the small bits of information you receive every day, you can use Microsoft Outlook 2003 to create electronic notes for quick to-do lists, phone numbers, shopping lists— you name it. Notes reside in the Notes folder by default, but you can copy or move notes to other Outlook folders, use them in documents, place them on the desktop, or place them ...

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