Join Alicia Katz Pollock for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Scrapbook, part of Outlook for Mac 2011 Essential Training.
Outlook's Toolbox contains a handy utility.…The Scrapbook gives you a place to store your frequently used text snippets and pictures.…A nice touch is that the Scrapbook works across the entire Microsoft Office suite.…Any clips we add now are available in Word and PowerPoint.…If you send the same snippets of text on a regular basis or need to include your…logo or signature in your emails, the Scrapbook will come in handy.…To use it go up to the View menu and down to Scrapbook.…I will open up this email to use as my source.…
To add a paragraph of text that I use frequently, highlight it, then go over to…the Scrapbook, drop down the Add button, and Add the Selection.…It now appears in the top section of the Scrapbook.…I'll double-click on the name underneath it and give it a descriptive name.…If the content was created somewhere else like in Word, I can go over to…the program, copy the content, and then drop down the Add button and Add…from the Clipboard.…My copied content is now a new clip.…
I will rename it in the same way.…
AuthorAlicia Katz Pollock
- Setting up Exchange, IMAP, and POP accounts
- Importing email and contacts
- Reading, sending, and deleting email
- Understanding the Outlook 2011 Information Rights Management tools
- Organizing email with Conversation view
- Creating and syncing contacts
- Using tasks and appointments
- Organizing with categories, flags, and smart folders
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting Up Outlook
2. Reading Email
3. Writing and Sending Email
4. Organizing Email
5. Managing Spam
6. Working with Contacts
7. Working with the Calendar
8. Working with Tasks
Managing your tasks4m 40s
9. Working with Notes
10. Getting Organized
11. Using Outlook's Tools
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