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Though best known for Microsoft email, Outlook can do far more. Business Management Daily writes extensively on Outlook tips.

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Get your questions answered from our Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa P. Esquibel. Here are some of her answers on how to navigate Outlook 2010:
Once you’ve mastered the basics in Outlook, don’t stop there. There’s more than one way to move items onto your Outlook 2007-2010 calendar. De­­pending on where you are in Outlook when you decide to make a calendar entry, this task could be only a click or two away.
Q. How do you create a project folder and then make tasks under that folder?
Q. How can I work with multiple time zones in Outlook?
Many users shut down their To Do bar as soon as they start using the newer versions of Outlook. But this valuable area of the Outlook work space can help keep you on track.
Taming the Outlook monster is something we all need help with, so here are a few easy ways to start cleaning up your Outlook inbox: 1. Sort by sender. 2. Search for old emails. 3. Mark for handling. 4. Set up rules ...
You've probably noticed how email can bring out the worst in people. Don't let it tempt you to misuse it. Steer clear of these five common temptations:
Q. How can I find an email again without searching all of Outlook? I don’t always remember where I foldered it.
Most folks who use a Follow-up flag just click it to flag a particular item they’re working on in Outlook. This automatically sets the follow-up for Today. Instead, right-click the flag to find other choices.
Make faster work of plucking out the most critical messages queuing up in your Outlook inbox. The simple trick is to make messages appear differently, de­­pending on who they’re from or whom they’re sent to. It’s called conditional formatting.
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