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In Outlook for Mac 2011 Essential Training, author Alicia Katz Pollock provides a comprehensive overview of the full-featured email, calendar, and scheduling application from Microsoft. The course covers the key fundamentals of the program, including sending and receiving email, creating and managing contacts, and scheduling tasks and appointments. It also covers Outlook 2011 organizational features such as the Media Browser, Conversation view, My Day, the Scrapbook, and more.
When you're done with an email message, you will want to delete it. There are a few ways to do this. The simplest way is to click this Delete button on the Home Ribbon. You can also press Delete on your keyboard. If you want to delete several messages all at once, you can use some keyboard techniques. If there are several emails in a row, click on the first one, hold down the Shift key on your keyboard, and then click on the last one in the series. The first, the last, and everything in between would be highlighted and I can hit Delete. If the messages are not contiguous, instead of using the Shift key, use the Command key.
Click on the first message, hold down your Command key, and click on the additional messages that you would like to delete. Notice that they will all be highlighted. If you mistakenly click on a message, you can Command+click on it again to deselect it. Once you have all the messages selected, click Delete on the Ribbon or on your keyboard and they will disappear. If you want to delete all the messages in a folder at once, for example, from the Junk Mail folder, click on the Organize Ribbon, and then on the Delete All button. It will say, Are you sure you want to permanently delete all the messages in this folder? We will go ahead and click Delete.
So once you're done with the message, do be sure to delete it so that you don't accumulate clutter in your inbox.
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