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Creating a New Journal Entry

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Introduction

Microsoft Outlook lets you have a Journal to keep track of what was going on that day, and other notes you may want to add.  




Creating a New Journal Entry

1.  Click the Journal button on the Outlook Shortcut bar.  

2.  Click the New icon (the button with a picture of a book at the top left of the screen in the standard toolbar).

3.  Figure 1.1 will then be displayed.

Figure 1.1

4.  Type a Subject in the subject text box.

5.  Select what type of entry this is from the Entry type: drop-down menu.

6.  The other fields are not necessary but you may complete them if you would like to.

7.  Enter your entry in the large text box.

8.  When finished, click the Save and Close button.  (At the top left of the dialog box.)

9.  The Journal Entry will now be saved in the Journal.


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