These tips, tricks, and shortcuts are for Microsoft Outlook.

Use Voting Buttons in Outlook

It’s easy to create a poll in Outlook by including voting buttons in an email message.  The poll responses arrive in your Inbox and are tallied in a tracking view. NOTE:  Microsoft Exchange Server is required! Follow the steps below to send a message with voting buttons: First, open a new email message from within [...]

By | December 6th, 2015|Office 2007 Tips, Office 2010 Tips, Office 2013, Outlook Tips|Comments Off on Use Voting Buttons in Outlook

Manually Archive Outlook Folders

This applies to Outlook 2010 & 2013 Your Outlook mailbox can hold only so many email messages. To keep the mailbox from filling up, you can move old items you want to keep to an archive, a separate Outlook Data File (.pst) that you can open from Outlook any time you need it. By default, [...]

By | March 22nd, 2014|Office 2007 Tips, Office 2010 Tips, Office 2013, Outlook Tips|Comments Off on Manually Archive Outlook Folders

RIGHT-click from the Keyboard, NOT the Mouse

Would you like to be able to bring up a context sensitive menu ([RIGHT] click) using a key on the keyboard rather than using the mouse? Press the Menu Key or press Shift+F10 – the result is a context-sensitive menu. If you have the MENU key then it is generally located to the right of [...]

By | March 9th, 2014|Access Tips, Excel Tips, Office 2007 Tips, Office 2010 Tips, Office 2013, Outlook Tips, PowerPoint Tips, Publisher Tips, Word Tips|Comments Off on RIGHT-click from the Keyboard, NOT the Mouse

Outlook 2010: Suggested Changes to Outlook’s Default Settings

Applies to Outlook 2010 (This post is an update from one for Outlook 2003 & 2007 - the only changes are where to find the options.  I hope it helps you.) When Outlook is installed there are several defaults that I suggest that you change: 1.       When starting Outlook, do not start in the Inbox, [...]

By | January 11th, 2012|Office 2010 Tips, Outlook Tips|Comments Off on Outlook 2010: Suggested Changes to Outlook’s Default Settings