Using drag and drop


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Using drag and drop

Did you know that you can schedule appointments or create new contacts simply by dragging an Outlook item from on location to another? A couple of little tricks are easy to do, but it can save you a lots of time. Now because we're going to be dragging items from one area in Outlook to another, I'd like to open the Folder list, which I can do by clicking the Folder List icon on the bottom of my Navigation bar. This allows me to see all the different portions of Outlook. The first thing I'm going to do is schedule an appointment with one of my contacts. So I do that by going to my Contacts area and selecting the contact.

I'm going to take Sharon, because I want to schedule an appointment with her, and I'm going to drag her over to the Calendar. When I do, a New Appointment window opens up that already has Sharon's information in it. I can simply add my Subject, set the Location and change any of the other options that I want, and send this message on its way to Sharo...

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

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