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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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Microsoft’s Outlook.com has a few advantages over Google’s Gmail, writes Rick Broida at PCWorld.
Do you have a meeting that recurs, but not on a regular schedule? Rather than copying and pasting the attendees and meeting notice content over and over, try using an Outlook 2010 Quick Step.
You may have had Outlook 2010 for a while and wondered what those Quick Steps are that appear in the middle of your Home ribbon and inside of emails. Quick Steps are single-click solutions to an otherwise multiple-click process.
Let’s say you have a meeting scheduled to discuss resolving customer complaints. To prepare for the meeting, attendees search their inboxes and network drives to find related files they’ll need to begin visualizing a process. By inserting some of these objects into the meeting notice, you can help attendees better prepare for the meeting.
Notes, once created, can be conveniently dragged to the Mail, Calendar, Task, or even the Contact Navigation pane button to create a new item without copying and pasting any content.
Start in a newly composed email, and click on the Signature button, Include group, Message tab.
Did you know Outlook will Spell Check your email before it goes out, even if you forget? Do you like the Reading Pane but don’t like items automatically marked “Read”? Don’t like those Desktop Alerts that display every time you receive a new email? Click on Tools, Options ...
Q. Can I copy someone on an email without sending them the attachments?
We’ve all attached files to email. But you can also attach other Outlook items, such as emails and appointments.
Q. I used to highlight emails from certain people in a particular folder. I can’t find this option in Outlook 2010.
Microsoft Outlook does much more than you think. It can boost your productivity ... help you manage your workload ... even help you stay focused on your most important appointments, tasks and projects. Here are 6 great ways to use Outlook's calendars & tasks features for better time management.
Q. Can I do a more complex search in Outlook than just a few keywords or sorting by columns?
Q. Why don’t tasks automatically set reminders?
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:
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