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Switching to Outlook 2013

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Learn about the changes implemented in Outlook 2013.

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Switching to Outlook 2013

  1. 1. Make the switch to Outlook 2013 In the message bar, click Enable Editing, then press F5 or click Slide Show > From Beginning to start the course. If the videos in this course don’t play, you may need to download QuickTime or just switch to PowerPoint 2013. j
  2. 2. Make the switch to Outlook 2013 Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 Get going fast 3 2:16 First look Course summary 1/4 videos 2 2:57 Closed captions 4 3:38 The ribbon 5 6 7 Summary Feedback Help 1:56 Import old data Help
  3. 3. Make the switch to Outlook 2013 Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 Get going fast 3 2:16 First look Course summary 2/4 videos 2 2:57 Closed captions 4 3:38 The ribbon 5 6 7 Summary Feedback Help 1:56 Import old data Help
  4. 4. Make the switch to Outlook 2013 Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 Get going fast 3 2:16 First look Course summary 3/4 videos 2 2:57 Closed captions 4 3:38 The ribbon 5 6 7 Summary Feedback Help 1:56 Import old data Help
  5. 5. Make the switch to Outlook 2013 Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 Get going fast 3 2:16 First look Course summary 4/4 videos 2 2:57 Closed captions 4 3:38 The ribbon 5 6 7 Summary Feedback Help 1:56 Import old data Help
  6. 6. Course Help summary—Make the switch to Outlook 2013 Course summary Signatures Contacts are now People Start a new email message, click Message > Signature > Signatures. Click People to work with your contacts. Out of Office messages From your Inbox, click File > Automatic replies. If you don’t have an Exchange account, you won’t see that button. Click Send Automatic Replies, select an optional start and stop time, enter a message, click OK. The Outlook window Click Mail, Calendar, People, or Tasks to switch between your Inbox, calendar, and so on. Click the ellipsis (...) to see Notes and Folders. The ribbon Outlook has several ribbons, all different. The Inbox ribbon is different than the ribbon for an email message, and so on. The Backstage Click File. Commands vary depending on where you are. For example, Save Attachments only appears when you’re in Mail, and Save Calendar only appears when you’re in Calendar. Import from your old mailbox On the computer with the previous version of Outlook. 1. Click File > Import and Export > Export to a file > Personal Folder File. 2. Choose the items to export, such as your Inbox, contacts, or calendar. 3. Choose a location for the exported data (a .pst file). In Outlook 2013 1. Click File > Open & Export > Open Outlook Data File. 2. Locate the .pst you exported and click OK. The data file appears in your folder list. Use it like any mailbox, or drag the data to your new mailbox and remove the imported .pst from your folder list. To remove: File > Account Settings > Account Settings > Data Files tab, select the imported file, click Remove. courses • More training See also • Office Compatibility Pack Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 2 2:57 Get going fast 3 2:16 First look 4 3:38 The ribbon 5 6 7 Summary Feedback Help 1:56 Import old data
  7. 7. Rating and comments Help Course summary Thank you for viewing this course! Please tell us what you think Check out more courses Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 2 2:57 Get going fast 3 2:16 First look 4 3:38 The ribbon 5 6 7 Summary Feedback Help 1:56 Import old data
  8. 8. Help Course summary Using PowerPoint’s video controls Stopping a course Going places If you download a course and the videos don’t play get the PowerPoint Viewer. upgrade to PowerPoint 2013 the QuickTime player Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1 2 2:57 Get going fast 3 2:16 First look 4 3:38 The ribbon 5 6 7 Summary Feedback Help 1:56 Import old data

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