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Are you a K-12 teacher interested in using e-mail with your students? Yes? Then you've come to the right place. Outlook Express in the Classroom is the friendly, easy-to-follow tutorial that you've been waiting for.
Join @tom, a lovable, green alien from tiny Planet Globulus, as he gives you simple instructions for using Microsoft® Outlook Express. Let @tom show you the basics of sending and receiving e-mail and the ins-and-outs of creating contact groups and keeping an Address Book.
Don't forget to test your new skills by clicking the quiz-byte button at the bottom of each page. And be sure to visit the Cool for School page at the end of each unit for additional tips and tricks on using Outlook Express with the kids.
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