Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Create a new contact, part of Learning Outlook 2016.
- To navigate to your contacts…click the People icon on the bottom left-hand side…of your screen.…It's going to take you to a list…of any current contacts…that you already have in there.…You can click on their name,…and see their details on the right.…There's two ways to create a new contact.…The first way is to click New Contact…from the Home Ribbon tab…while you're in your contacts.…It's going to open up a large dialogue box…in which you can put in as much…or as little as you want to about that contact.…I can put in an email address, phone numbers,…an address.…
I can click and even add a picture of Stephanie…from my computer if I have one.…I can even add some notes about Stephanie,…such as how I know her.…When I'm done, I'll click Save and Close.…Now, I can click on her name…and on the right hand side I can see her details.…I can change this at any time…by clicking Edit, and filling out some more details.…I can click the Plus Sign…and enter in items like her email,…I can add a different phone number,…and I can even access her notes.…
Skill Level Beginner
1. Working with Email
2. Working with People
3. Working with the Calendar
4. Working with Outlook Data
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