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Outlook 2010

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Tips for the new Outlook 2010 user

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Outlook 2010

  1. 1. Tips for starting out
  2. 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. 3. Ribbons To-Do BarNavigation Pane Reading Pane
  4. 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. 5. Favorites FoldersMail, Calendar, Contacts and Tasks
  6. 6. DateNavigator AppointmentsTask List
  7. 7. Messages Preview
  8. 8.  Automatic replies Rules and Alerts Signatures Adding email folders
  9. 9. Click File on the menu andchoose Automatic Replies(Out of Office)
  10. 10. Out of Office Replies – Outlook 2010
  11. 11. You can createrules toautomaticallysort messagesor alert you tocertainmessages
  12. 12. Rules and Alerts in Outlook 2010
  13. 13.  Open a new email message From the Insert Ribbon choose Signature
  14. 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. 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. 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

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