Coming Soon: “The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft® Outlook 2013”

Over the years, Ben Schorr’s guides to Microsoft® Office have proven to be some of the most enduring and popular books in LP’s publications catalog. Ben’s latest work, The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft® Outlook 2013, will be a trusted companion to any lawyer who has attempted to reign in an overflowing e-mail inbox or to-do list.  Pre-order your copy today before it publishes in November to get a 15% pre-publication discount!

Take control of your e-mail, calendar, to-do list, and more with The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft® Outlook 2013. This essential guide summarizes the most important new features in the newest version of Microsoft® Outlook and provides practical tips that will promote organization and productivity in your law practice. Written specifically for lawyers by a twenty-year veteran of law office technology and ABA member, this book will help you:

  • Clean up your inbox and organize e-mail messages
  • Manage appointments and meetings with your calendar
  • Improve efficiency with the Outlook task list
  • Track phone calls and time with the journal
  • Search for e-mails and attachments
  • Access Outlook from web and mobile devices
  • Archive materials from old cases
  • Troubleshoot when things go wrong
  • Avoid Outlook mistakes commonly made by lawyers
  • Save time with keyboard shortcuts
  • And much more!

About Lindsay Dawson

Lindsay Dawson (@lawpracticetips) is Marketing Manager for Book Publishing at the ABA Law Practice Management Section. A full list of books published by the ABA Law Practice Management section can be viewed here: http://bit.ly/uHTFmO.

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  • Some really useful tips here. Thanks for sharing.
    If you’d like to also track time in Outlook, I’d recommend that you take a look at TimeSheet Reporter – http://www.timesheetreporter.com
    TSR allows you to report time based on your Outlook calendar appointments.


    Best regards,