Microsoft Word isn’t just for writing reports. There’s a lot of extra functionality that allows you create more than documents. Here’s how to make booklets.
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Outlook is a rare application in that it’s one of those apps I keep open ALL DAY. Almost my entire day revolves around it, so when I can find a groovy tip that saves me time, it can be a huge impact on my productivity. Outlook 2013 Search Folders is one of those tips!
Outlook returns to the folder of a message after deleting it. Here’s how to navigate through you inbox more quickly by opening the next message instead.
Microsoft Word 2013 comes with basic Grammar checking enabled. If you know where to look, you can also turn on additional style and readability checks.
The built-in templates in Office 2013 are definitely a major step forward for Office. But what if you need to make your own? Here’s two ways you can do it.
Here’s how to make sure you have a critical patch for a Outlook 2007/2010 vulnerability, and how to fix the Outlook 2013 update that breaks the Folder pane.
If you are sending out emails to multiple people and want to protect their emails you use the Bcc field. If you want to let people know you are doing this you can tell them in the message, or you can just set a custom “To” name that implies it.
Running into errors on your exchange mail server? A quick way to figure out exactly what is going wrong is to look at the full source of mail coming through.
Outlook 2013 allows you to easily resize large photo attachments before sending. This is also a cool way to use Outlook to resize large photos for yourself.
In Outlook 2003 if you set up appointments in the Calendar, you’d get a reminder and bell a bell icon displayed by default. Here’s a tip on getting it back.
Do you like email notifications on your phone? You can have them on your desktop as well. Following up on Outlook.com’s offering, here is how to do it with the desktop application whether you are at work or home.
When you go on vacation, usually people use the Out of Office Assistant in Outlook. But here’s a unique way to use the meeting feature to let your team know you’ll be out.
If you work in an office or corporate environment, chances are your employer has a volume licensing deal with Microsoft that lets you in on the corporate perk of buying Office 2013 for a lot less than retail.
Are you tired of having meetings with boring PowerPoint presentations? Here’s another way to make them more interesting with SmartArt in Office 2007 and up.