Creating and using custom Quick Steps


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Creating and using custom Quick Steps

After you've used the built-in Quick Steps in Outlook 2010, you'll probably want to create a few Quick Steps of your own that don't already exist. For example, if you've used team e-mail and you like it, you'll probably want to add another type of team e-mail that would let you work with a second team, or a project team. It's really easy to create new Quick Steps in Outlook 2010. Before we create some Quick Steps, I want to point out what you shouldn't turn into Quick Steps. For example, you don't want to create Quick Steps that simply move an e-mail from one location to another, because there are easier ways to do that.

You can move very easily using the Move dropdown, or if you want to move e-mail automatically, you'll find out how to do that by using rules in later videos. However, if you want to do two things to one message, or if you want to maintain a group of folks outside of a distribution list that you can e-mail to, Quick Steps are a great w...

Creating and using custom Quick Steps
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Creating and using custom Quick Steps provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Outlook 2010: Effective Email Management

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Business
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