Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting directions to a contact address, part of Outlook 2013: Tips, Tricks, and Shortcuts.
…If we have a correct and complete address and an internet connection, we can get…a map of the contact's location and in another couple of clicks, we can get…driving directions from wherever we are or wherever we want to direct people from.…Simply open the contact.…Choose the address, there might be two or three.…And click the Map It button to immediately get a map of that location.…That worked correctly.…
It even has the business name here.…Now, if we wanted to direct people here from the local airport.…We could choose Directions, and we could enter, for…example, Cherry Capital Airport,…and here is our map, and here are our driving directions,…which we can then send by email, or send directly to a mobile phone.…
Simply enter the phone number to send driving directions to this mobile phone…for this location.…Once again, easy enough.…Just click Map It, and on we go.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Finding a contact in seconds flat
- Reusing text with Quick Parts
- Color-coding emails
- Making use of favorites
- Speed-reading email
- Dealing with junk mail
- Sharing your calendar via email
- Including screenshots
- Changing task start and due dates
- Cloning appointments
- Linking contacts
- Setting up an out-of-office message
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Top Ten Power Shortcuts
2. Organizing Your Inbox
3. Managing Incoming Messages
4. Creating Emails and Replying to Them
5. Creating Special-Use Emails
6. Staying on Task
7. Tips for Calendars, Meetings, and Appointments
8. Working with Contacts
9. Miscellaneous Tips and Tricks
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