Lets's Talk Computers - Elsevier  March 26, 2005
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Interview on March 26, 2005
Change Your Outlook     Guest: Sue Mosher
Elsevier is a world-leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services. Elsevier, http://books.elsevier.com, publishes a wide range of excellent titles within the areas of science, technology and business using many well-known and well-respected imprints including Academic Press, Architectural Press, Butterworth-Heinemann, Digital Press, Focal Press, Gulf Professional Publishing, Morgan Kaufmann, and Newnes among others.

Microsoft Outlook guru, Sue Mosher discusses her release for Digital Press, "Microsoft Outlook Programming". This book give users and administrators alike tips and guidelines for Outlook optimization and customization.
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