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Category Archives: Outlook
Outlook is an awesome tool to stay productive. Here is a quick list of 5 tips you can start using to work faster. Drag a file into the email body while composing to automatically create an attachment. This works great … Continue reading
Ever want to send unique emails out to a list of people? If so, you will need 3 things. Word Excel file with email list Outlook To start open up Word. Click the Mailings tab then choose Select Recipients–>Use an … Continue reading
Office 2007 was the first released version of Office with the ribbon. The new layout replaced the top section with larger commands with tabs separating the categories of buttons separted by groups. Anyone remember the standard and formatting toolbars back … Continue reading
Here are 5 tips to help you be more productive with Outlook 2010. 1. Use the People Pane. The People Pane is the place to see all the past emails written to you from an individual. Turn on the People … Continue reading
The research task pane is a proofing tool that allows you to look up words in the dictionary and thesaurus. It also can translate words and sentences plus look up words using encyclopedias and the search search engines Bing. Find the research … Continue reading
Microsoft Office has released from very nice interactive guides that will help you find commands in Office 2010. It will be very helpful if you are upgrading from the Office 2003 software. The interactive tools are free. Once you download … Continue reading
Work faster and smarter with these Outlook keyboard shortcuts. Download the Outlook Shortcuts PDF Download the Outlook Shortcuts .DOCX My favorite Outlook tip: Drag an email to the mini-calendar in the To-Do bar to quickly merge an email to a calendar … Continue reading
Step 1: Click the Windows 7 start button Step 2: Type the name of the email sender or subject where it says “search programs and files” Step 3: View the results, click the desired email if you see it, or … Continue reading
If you are upgrading to Office 2010, check out this free eBook by Katherine Murray. Thanks to the folks at Microsoft, this book is ready to download for free. Click First Look Microsoft Office 2010 for your free copy. Enjoy!
During my Office 2010 webinar I presented today, Greg asked me how to change the color of an email based on who it is from. I got tripped up because my memory had failed me. It is completely different than any … Continue reading