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With the mixed bag of brilliant innovations and petty annoyances that come with modern life, getting organized is a perennial challenge. Some folks are naturally brilliant at it but I suspect they're all either engineers or parents with multiple kids and kindly pharmacists.
Juggling work, family, and friends kicks into an even higher gear as the holidays approach and year-end word deadlines loom. Judging from the deer-in-headlights looks already appearing on friends and colleagues, many of us need help.
Here's a light-hearted take on how Outlook 2007--the office workhorse--can help you cope with all your multi-faceted demands. Outlook isn't the darling of social media, but it is designed to help make sure you can see what you want to see, do what you need to do, and ignore the noise. Use it to organize what's coming your way so you'll have time for all that networking and even, if you're lucky, discover that the mythical "worklife balance" doesn't have to be mythical after all.
Office Life:How Outlook Can Save Your Social Life
This is the second of a series of posts we're doing of videos about Office 2007 from Videojug.com. I'll post the next one tomorrow as a bow to TGIF. What else would you like to see? Do these videos help? It'll help us if you leave a comment--we read every one.