Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting driving directions to a contact's address, part of Outlook 2013 Essential Training.
Gone are the days of folding out an enormous map.…If you have an active Internet connection on your computer, you can get…directions and print them out for any contact that has an address in there,…using Outlook and Bing Maps which is actually built right into Outlook.…So I'm in the People hub right now and it's actually important to note that this…is the only view that this will not work in.…Remember, if you double-click on a contact from People view, it's going to open…up that very pretty but simplified view of your contacts.…So I'm going to go into Business Card view.…
Now if I double-click on the same contact, here's where I get that robust editor.…Next to the address, there's a button that says Map It.…I'm going to click on that and it's going to pop up Bing Maps.…From here I can click on Directions, put in any start address and now I've got…my driving directions for that contact.…The really neat thing about Bing Maps being built into Outlook is that it…works for email too.…I'm going to go back to my inbox. Here's an email that had an address in it,…
- Exploring the Ribbon
- Adding an IMAP, Exchange, or POP account automatically
- Connecting to iCloud or SkyDrive
- Saving attachments
- Searching mail
- Flagging messages
- Using mail rules to process messages
- Replying to and forwarding a message
- Adding signatures
- Creating new contacts
- Creating and responding to meeting invitations
- Setting up advanced options
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: Why is this course talking about SkyDrive cloud storage instead of OneDrive?
A: Microsoft renamed SkyDrive to OneDrive after the course was filmed, but happily, the features and functionality described in this course remain the same.
1. Getting Started
2. Adding and Connecting Accounts
3. Reading Mail
4. Organizing Mail
5. Creating and Sending Mail
6. Creating and Working with Contacts
7. Working with the Calendar
8. Creating Tasks and Notes
9. Working with Outlook Data
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