An Immersion into Outlook 2013 with JAWS for Windows Textbook

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Microsoft Outlook is part of the powerful Microsoft Office suite of programs. This textbook teaches students all the ins and outs of this popular email, contact, journal and appointment management program. From configuring Outlook 2013 to sending and receiving email, creating appointments and journal entries, using the popular notes and tasks features and much more, this textbook is a total immersion into Outlook 2013.

This textbook is the most complete reference available to blind and low vision students who wish to learn Microsoft Outlook 2013.

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