Reusing text by creating Quick Parts


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Reusing text by creating Quick Parts

A great feature that's in both Outlook 2013 and Microsoft Word is the ability to create something they call Quick Parts, that is reusable blocks of text. It can be a standard response, a disclaimer, a questionnaire, even a template of sorts, anything really that you'd want to create and put in there quickly. To create your own Quick Part, create a new email and get your block of text all set up exactly the way you want it. I'm going to get over to the Insert tab and create a table. I can put my column headers in, I want to get it all set up so that I can reuse this over and over again.

In this case I'm going to make a table that highlights the products that we currently have and the product managers that go with it. I can get my table all set up, I can make it look really pretty, because once it's done I'll actually never have to do this again. Once I've got my table all nice and pretty, I can even hit Tab at the end to create another row. I'm ready to create...

Reusing text by creating Quick Parts
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Reusing text by creating Quick Parts provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton as part of the Outlook 2013 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Outlook
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