**User manual written on how to use Microsoft Outlook 2003**
I need a user’s manual written on how to use Outlook 2003. The manual shall consist of screenshots and examples of how to use the following features, including advanced functions. The manual must be written in English and be written for a non-technical user. Please include a disclaimer that this is written for Outlook 2003 and may be slightly different than your version.
**The manual will consist of the following topics:
** • Outlook Today and how to customize it
• Mail - how to compose, forward, CC, BCC and the differences between them, including the different
delivery options and different folders, Sent, Unread, Junk, etc…
• Restricted file types and how to receive them, such as the message “Outlook blocked access to the following potential unsafe attachment?? when sending a URL
• Calendar ??" how to schedule appointments for yourself
• Contacts ??" creating contacts and using them effectively as a CRM tool with MS Outlook Business Contact Manager (if applicable to the user)
• Tasks ??" how to create and manage them
• Rules and alerts, how to create and use them
• Plus any other tips, trick, or techniques that you may know
Exchange server features are not required to be included in the manual. This will be written for POP3 Outlook accounts.
The manual needs to be in clean HTML and Word format not Word saved as HTML. I will convert to PDF format if needed.
Thank you for bidding
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HTML, IE and Firefox compatiable MS Word