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Outlook 2010

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Tips for the new Outlook 2010 user

Tips for the new Outlook 2010 user

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  • 1. Tips for starting out
  • 2.  We’ve been using Outlook 2007 for quite a while and know where everything is supposed to be While Outlook 2010 works the same, several of the features we use have moved This tutorial will take you through some of the changes and show you where your favorite things are hiding
  • 3. Ribbons To-Do BarNavigation Pane Reading Pane
  • 4. Create new Reply to or forward amessage received message Move a Address book to message into a look up an folder address Delete a View and create message rules Change Navigation Change To-Do Pane Bar Change Reading Pane
  • 5. Favorites FoldersMail, Calendar, Contacts and Tasks
  • 6. DateNavigator AppointmentsTask List
  • 7. Messages Preview
  • 8.  Automatic replies Rules and Alerts Signatures Adding email folders
  • 9. Click File on the menu andchoose Automatic Replies(Out of Office)
  • 10. Out of Office Replies – Outlook 2010
  • 11. You can createrules toautomaticallysort messagesor alert you tocertainmessages
  • 12. Rules and Alerts in Outlook 2010
  • 13.  Open a new email message From the Insert Ribbon choose Signature
  • 14. Type the name for Decide if you your want your signature signature automatically attached to all messages Click NewType theinformation youwant included.You can even havea graphic
  • 15.  Right click on Inbox in the Navigation Pane Choose New Folder… Type the name of the new folder and click OKYou now have a newfolder to help organizeyour messages
  • 16.  Microsoft clipart and screen shots used with permission from Microsoft Out of Office Replies – Outlook 2010 by osdlsbuvideos Rules and Alerts in Outlook 2010 by osdlsbuvideos