Three ways to use your Address Book


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Three ways to use your Address Book

There's a lot more to addressing a recipient than just clicking the big To button. I'll cover how to address an email using your address books in three different ways with a few little tricks. So yes, if you click the To button, your address book appears. If you start to type someone's name Outlook will automatically jump to whatever you typed. There are also some simple but limited search capabilities within this window. Note that if you want to select multiple recipients, you can Ctrl+Click on their names and then click either to Cc or Bcc.

You've probably already noticed that if you start to type someone's name as a recipient, Outlook will auto complete that for you. You can use Tab to finish the auto complete. This is great but it's also misunderstood. The names do not come from your address book but rather a list of people you've emailed in the past. You can't edit the list directly without a third-party tool, but you can delete someone off the list. Just...

Three ways to use your Address Book
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Three ways to use your Address Book provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2007 Power Shortcuts

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