Applying Quick Steps


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Applying Quick Steps

Earlier in the chapter, I explained the use of rules, and how they can be applied automatically to e-mails as they come in. Outlook 2010 introduces a related feature called Quick Steps. A Quick Step is a badge of commands that can be executed in a single click, like a macro. For example, a Quick Step might take the selected e-mail and forward it to someone else, mark it as read, and delete it. Another one might create a new e-mail, automatically address it to everyone in your department, and set up a pre-written subject and body.

Outlook comes with five pre-written Quick Steps, shown here, that you can customize or remove, and you can add as many more as you see fit. I'll start by showing you how to customize the five initial Quick Steps. We'll create a Quick Step that starts a new e-mail pre-addressed to your department with a prewritten subject line. From my Inbox, I'll click the Team E-mail Quick Step to launch it. Notice how the First Time Setup Wizard runs and prompts m...

Applying Quick Steps
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Applying Quick Steps provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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