Color-coding important messages


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Color-coding important messages

There's a quick way we can make certain messages stand out in our Inbox, based off of keywords or who sent them. For example, I want all emails from my boss Judith to show up in a different color. That way I won't miss any of her emails. With one of Judith's emails selected, I'll choose Tools and then Organize. I want to organize the Inbox using colors, so I will select that from the menu and then I'll specify to color the messages from Judith in Blue and click Apply Color.

With this finished, I'll close the window, and when I return to my Inbox any messages that are from Judith appear in blue. That's all there is to it. You just created a conditional formatting rule. Note that if you need to revise or delete the rule, it gets a little trickier. From the same Organize menu, I'll choose Using Colors again. But now I'll click on Automatic Formatting in the upper right-hand corner. This displays all the existing rules, and you probably see a few that you alr...

Color-coding important messages
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Color-coding important messages provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2007 Power Shortcuts

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