Replying and forwarding


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Replying and forwarding

You've received an e-mail message; now what? Besides ignoring it completely, you might want to reply to it or forward it on to someone else, or sometimes you might receive a notification that the e-mail you sent previously didn't transmit, or you forgot to include an attachment. No worries! Outlook has the ability to take care of all these situations. We're going to start by opening an e-mail. So I'm going to go over to my Inbox and open this message with a double-click. You'll notice that we have a section called Respond.

And these contain most common choices that I have for responding to an e-mail. So in this case, I'm going to click to Reply button, and a new message pops open; however, the Recipient's Name has already been filled in, and there's a Subject line with the letter RE in front of it have already been filled in. And in fact, the whole previous message, including the Date and Time that that message was sent, also appears in the body. So at that...

Replying and forwarding
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Replying and forwarding provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Karen Fredricks as part of the Outlook 2010 Essential Training

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