Using built-in Quick Steps


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Using built-in Quick Steps

Quick Steps are a new feature in Microsoft Outlook 2010. They are small programs, a series of steps that you would like Outlook to execute when you fire up the Quick Step. You can think of them as Macros if you're familiar with those, little programs that run within Word or Excel, but here we're running Quick Steps or Macro like applications within Microsoft Outlook. You'll find the quick steps in Mail any Mail folder, you'll see them here you don't find Quick Steps in the Calendar Contacts or Tasks.

So if I'm in my Inbox I have access to Quick Steps here on the Home tab in the Quick Steps group. There are five built-in Quick Steps, Move to, Team E-mail, Reply and Delete, To Manager and Done. And then there's Create New which is used to create custom Quick Steps which we'll look at in the next movie. The first time you use most of these quick steps, you'll be prompted to provide more information. For example, if I need to be able to quickly forward someth...

Using built-in Quick Steps
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Using built-in Quick Steps provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Outlook 2010: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks

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Business
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Outlook
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