Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Step by Step Comments and Corrections

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This article contains comments, corrections, and information about known errors relating to the Microsoft Press book Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Step by Step , ISBN 0-7356-1521-7.

The following topics are covered:
  • CD-ROM: Not All Sample Files Install To Hard Disk
  • Page xv: Incorrect instructions for loading sample files

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CD-ROM: Not All Sample Files Install To Hard Disk

When running Setup to install the Outlook 2003 sample files, two items are not installed. The Contacts and Tracking folders are left on the CD-ROM.

To resolve this issue, you must manually copy the Contacts and Tracking folders from the \Setup\SBS folder on the CD-ROM to the default installation folder on your hard disk:

C:\My Documents\Microsoft Press\Microsoft Press\Outlook 2003 Step by Step
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C:\Documents and Settings\<your_name>\My Documents\Microsoft Press\Outlook 2003 Step by Step


Page xv: Incorrect instructions for loading sample files

On page xv, the "Opening the Practice Data Files in Outlook" section reads:

"Chapters 1 through 7 each have an accompanying Outlook data file containing the practice files pertinent to that chapter. You need to open the chapter’s data file in Outlook before you can use the practice files. Follow these steps prior to beginning each chapter:

1 Start Outlook.
2 On the File menu, point to Open, and then click Outlook Data File.
The Open Outlook Data File dialog box appears.
3 On the Places bar, click My Documents.
4 In the folder list, double-click Microsoft Press, Outlook 2003 SBS, and then the appropriate chapter folder and subfolder (if applicable).
Tip See “Using the Practice Files,” below, for the list of chapter folders, subfolders, and practice files.
5 Click the Outlook data file, and then click OK.
The data file opens in Outlook and is visible at the bottom of the Navigation Pane."

It should read:

"Chapters 1 through 7 each have an accompanying Outlook data file containing the practice files pertinent to that chapter. You need to open the chapter’s data file in Outlook before you can use the practice files. Follow these steps prior to the first chapter:

1 Start Outlook.
2 On the File menu, point to Open, and then click Outlook Data File.
The Open Outlook Data File dialog box appears.
3 On the Places bar, click My Documents.
4 In the folder list, double-click Microsoft Press, Outlook 2003 SBS, and then the appropriate chapter folder and subfolder (if applicable).
Tip See “Using the Practice Files,” below, for the list of chapter folders, subfolders, and practice files.
5 Click the Outlook data file, and then click OK.
The data file opens in Outlook and is visible at the bottom of the Navigation Pane.

Before beginning each subsequent chapter, follow these steps:

1 Start Outlook.
2 On the File menu, click Import and Export.
3 In the Import and Export Wizard, choose “Import from another program or file” and click Next.
4 Choose “Personal Folder File (.pst)” and click Next.
5 Browse to the appropriate file for the exercise and click Next.
6 Ensure the “Include subfolders” box is checked and that the dialog is set to “Import items into the same folder in: SBS Working” and click Finish."

Microsoft Press is committed to providing informative and accurate books. All comments and corrections listed above are ready for inclusion in future printings of this book. If you have a later printing of this book, it may already contain most or all of the above corrections.

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Article ID: 830171 - Last Review: February 27, 2014 - Revision: 1.4
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