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CREATING AND ADDING E-MAIL SIGNATURE TO MESSAGES IN MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2010

Microsoft Outlook 2010

How to create an e-mail signature

E-mail signatures can include text, logo or pictures and hyperlinks.

You can set it up that your signature is automatically added to the messages that you send or it can be manually added. You can create more signatures and chose which one to use in every message.

To create a signature, open new e-mail message and then in the Message tab, click on Signature and then select Signatures.

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HOW TO CREATE A CALENDAR APPOINTMENT IN MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2010

Microsoft Outlook 2010

You can schedule your activities in your Outlook Calendar. Your scheduled activities are your appointments or events. Every appointment can be designated as free, busy or tentative and in this manner you can let other users of Outlook know if you are available.

Creating an Appointment

  • Click on Calendar and then on the Home tab, in the New box select New Appointment. Also it can be done with clicking right mouse click on any calendar day and selecting New Appointment.

Or you can press Ctrl+Shift+A as a keyboard shortcut.

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UNDERSTANDING THE WORKING SCREEN IN MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2010 – PART 2

Microsoft Outlook 2010

This is PART 2 of the lesson that explains the working screen in Microsoft Outlook 2010.

Starting from the left, the mail screen contains the navigation pane, the message list, the reading pane and the to do bar.

The navigation pane is divided into three main parts while in mail.

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UNDERSTANDING THE WORKING SCREEN IN MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2010 – PART 1

Microsoft Outlook 2010

This lesson will show you an overview of the Microsoft Outlook 2010, describing the features on the ribbon and the different panes and components of the Outlook.

If you are new to email clients or to Microsoft Outlook you will want to familiarize yourself with the Outlook screen elements before you begin using them. Many of these elements are consistent with those in other Microsoft Office 2010 applications. For example at the top of the working are Outlook has a title bar and a Windows control button.

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On the left side of the title bar is the Quick Access Toolbar and it contains frequently used commands such as Redo and Undo. It can be customized to include any buttons you want to have close at hand. For example if you use the forward command frequently, you could add it to your Quick Access Toolbar.

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