Using Quick Parts to avoid retyping


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Using Quick Parts to avoid retyping

No one likes repeating themselves, and it's even worse when you are retyping something over and over for different people. How many times have you written out directions to the office or sent the same canned message to someone interested in your services? Since the default e-mail editor in Outlook 2010 is actually Microsoft Word, you can use Word's Quick Part feature for pre-typed responses. To create a Quick Part entry, start by typing an e-mail exactly the way you want to send it. Use your mouse to select the entire entry that you want to repeat over and over.

Then on the Ribbon choosing Insert tab, pull down the Quick Parts menu, and choose Save Selection to Quick Part Gallery. Provide a short meaningful name and then press OK. To recall the quick part entry that you created sometime later, go ahead and create a new e-mail or apply to an existing one, and place your cursor where you'd like the quick part entry to be inserted. From the Insert tab, pull down the Quick Parts m...

Using Quick Parts to avoid retyping
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Using Quick Parts to avoid retyping provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Outlook
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