Although the Internet was born in 1969, it wasn't until the 1980s that it became widely used. Soon the use of email began to grow in popularity as a messaging system that allowed users to communicate electronically and even attach photographs and documents. Outlook is one such email system.
How to set up OutlookR 2012
The first requirement to set up Outlook is the obvious-you must be connected to the Internet. When a connection is established, type in www.outlook.com in the search bar to create your Outlook account.
Now you can begin to send emails:
Type the email address of the person you wish to communicate with-for instance, 'firstname.lastname@example.org'. If you want multiple people to receive this email, type in the next email address. If you want them copied, use the CC option, or blind copy, BCC.
As you get more familiar with your Outlook account, click the wheel on the top right hand side and select "More email settings." Five categories will present you with features to manage your email account.
Setting up Outlook is simple, and once your account is created, you never have to repeat the process. In case you're worried about forgetting your password, click "Keep me signed in" the first time you use your account and you won't have to worry about it anymore.