ACT 2007 For DummiesNew
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Find out how to get the most from your ACT!
Manage your contacts, communicate, synchronize ACT! with Outlook, and more
You have a business or organization to run. ACT! is designed to make that easier, and this book helps you get your ACT! together. Here's how to set up ACT! 2007, enter and organize contact information, use ACT! to track activities, prioritize leads, and produce reports, and make it act exactly as you need it to.
Discover how to * View details on a particular contact * Generate faxes, e-mail, or snail mail to a list * Add fields to customize ACT! * Handle backups and eliminate duplications * Group and sort contacts
About This Book ACT! 2007 For Dummies is a reference book. As such, each chapter can be read independently and in the order you want. Each chapter focuses on a specific topic so you can dive right in, heading straight for the chapter that interests you most. Having said that, however, I must say that I’ve tried to put the chapters into a logical sequence so that those of you who are new to ACT! can just follow the bouncing ball from chapter to chapter. More experienced users can use the Table of Contents and the index to simply navigate from topic to topic as needed. Essentially, this book is a nuts-and-bolts how-to guide for accomplishing various tasks. In addition, drawing on many of my own experiences as a full-time ACT! consultant and trainer, I include specific situations that should give you a feel for the full power of ACT!.
About the Author Karen S. Fredricks is a self-described "fanACTic". She has written ACT! manuals, implemented ACT! for sole practitioners and Fortune 500 corporations, and established South Florida's ACT! User Group.