If you chose to store information locally in Outlook 2003, such as email messages, events, contacts, notes, journal entries, and more, and you want to have access to that information in Outlook 2016, you will want to export the data from 2003 and import it in Outlook 2016. In this movie, you will know how to export outlook 2003 data to a .pst file and import that file into Outlook 2016.
- [Voiceover] It's time now to shift our focus…to Outlook 2016, which looks a whole lot different…than Outlook 2003.…If you're migrating from one to the other,…one of the first things you'll probably want to do…is backup anything you've stored such as contacts,…maybe email messages you put into personal folders,…any notes, journal entries, etc.…They can all be backed up into a single file…and then imported here into Outlook 2016,…so you don't lose anything.…So, if you're on an Exchange Server,…it's a PST file…you're going to exporting to and looking for.…
If you're using online accounts,…you really don't have to worry about it,…because you login to Outlook 2016.…While the UI will look different,…you'll still have access to your online folders.…So, this is really for anyone who's stored something…personally and locally on your hard drive, for example.…So, let's pretend for a moment we're in Outlook 2003.…You would go up to the File menu and click File.…From there, you'd look for Import/Export.…Here in Outlook 2016,…
- Understanding user interface differences
- Working in Compatibility mode
- Opening and editing PDFs in Word 2016
- Using templates and images
- Creating macro-enabled workbooks in Excel 2016
- Exploring PowerPoint themes, transitions, and animations
- Importing Outlook contacts, email, and calendars into Outlook 2016
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started
2. Migrate to Word 2016
3. Migrate to Excel 2016
4. Migrate to PowerPoint 2016
5. Migrate to Outlook 2016
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