on May 12, 2007
Starting out well, the writer did show me some things about Outlook, which I had never used before. The book doesn't go far enough into the nitty gritty and covers only the most basic features. I found that much of it was filler with the same repetative tasks. I think that by half way through the author should assume that we know how to find those extremely basic features without having to go over it time and time again. I often had to scratch my head trying to look for something described therin because the graphics are simply screen shots with no particular meaning or direction. Too much time was spent describing vageries of administrator potentials in an office environment which should have been reserved for another book. It covers the most used features well, but I may have to hunt down another book.