Two unusual ways to use the Drafts folder


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Two unusual ways to use the Drafts folder

Whenever you compose an e-mail in Outlook and let it sit idle for a few minutes, Outlook saves the message as a Draft automatically. It ends up in the Drafts folder. This is great in the event that your computer crashes, or if you're just not ready to send the message because you're waiting on something. But there are two other tricks waiting to be discovered with the Drafts folder that I'll discuss here. First, you should know that you can force Outlook to save the message as a draft just by clicking the Save icon or pressing Ctrl+S. With my message saved as a draft, I can close the window and head over to my Drafts folder.

Here it is, ready to go. To send a message in your Drafts folder, just double-click to open it, finish it, and hit Send. But that brings me to my first unusual tip. One unusual way to use the Drafts folder is when you to send a similar message more than once to a number of recipients. Outlook and Word can be used together to create some really powerful merg...

Two unusual ways to use the Drafts folder
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Two unusual ways to use the Drafts folder provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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