Join Karen Fredricks for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating and organizing tasks, part of Outlook 2010 Essential Training.
With so much to do and so little time to do it in, sometimes it's the little things that fall through the cracks.…Not to worry, Outlook has a great way of dealing with all those numerous things that you need to get around to.…And we're going to start by going to the Task area of Outlook, and usually I direct you…to clicking on the Task icon in the Navigation bar, but it's not here.…We can add it by going to the Configure button, which is this down arrow, giving it in a click,…and choose into Show More Buttons.…
Now I see the Tasks icon, and I can give it a click.…There's a couple of ways that we can make tasks, just like we have a number of tasks that we can create.…I'm going to start by going over to the recap area on the right-hand side, where you…see I'm already seeing a recap of some of the upcoming appointments.…I'm going to create a task very quickly by clicking on the Task box and simply filling in my task.…As soon as I click out of the box, the task is automatically added to my Task list.…
Now that was an easy way to set a task, but sometimes I need to have a few more details.…
- Using the Office 2010 Backstage View
- Using and customizing the Office 2010 Ribbon
- Using Outlook as an email client
- Filtering email with Quick Steps
- Scheduling with multiple calendars
- Creating tasks for to-do items
- Taking notes
- Adding multiple addresses and phone numbers for contacts
- Reading blog posts
- Integrating with social networking sites
Skill Level Beginner
Q: The author covers Quick Parts in detail in Chapter 4, but doesn't mention how to delete them. How do I delete Quick Parts?
A: To delete a Quick Part, go to the Insert tab on the Ribbon. Select the Quick Parts dropdown menu and right-click on the Quick Part. Choose Organize and Delete.
The Organize and Delete dialog box will open. Select the Quick Part and clock Delete.
Note: The Organize and Delete option is selectable only in rich text editing mode. If you are composing an email in plain text mode, the option will appear grayed out.
Outlook 2010: Tips, Tricks, and Shortcutswith David Diskin2h 28m Intermediate
Outlook 2010: Effective Email Managementwith Gini von Courter1h 44m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Working with Contacts
3. Reading and Organizing Email
4. Sending Email
5. Managing Spam
Setting up protection levels5m 34s
6. Working with the Calendar
7. Getting Organized
8. Exploring Additional Features
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