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In this final video installment, Harry has really learned some effective time and schedule management, and he knows that all that depends on consistently applying the principles he's learned—fundamentals that can happen naturally after they become part of a normal routine.
But Renée has one more fun little tip for Harry before she's off on her new job.
Some of the best practices require Outlook 2010 and a Microsoft Exchange Server account.
For all the details, see Best Practices for Outlook 2010. And, if you want to see all nine videos, visit the Office training course How Harry got organized.
We hope you've enjoyed and learned somethings from these nine Outlook Best Practices videos. You can always go back and review any portion of any video that you may need to refresh your skills on; we'll always be here.
If you'd like to see how I've managed to take control of my inbox using Outlook 2010, see my video: www.businessproductivity.com/.../take-control-of-your-inbox