Join Karen Fredricks for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with business cards, part of Outlook 2010 Essential Training.
It will probably be sometime before traditional paper business cards disappear.…After all, it's not very easy to jot down someone's phone number on a cocktail…napkin when you're holding a plate of hors d'oeuvres.…Creating business cards in Outlook will undoubtedly save a few trees in the…forest, and prevent you from spilling wine down the front of your shirt.…We are going to start by looking at the business card, and they are…automatically created every time you create a new Outlook contact record.…So we're going to click on Contacts in the Navigation pane, and pull up our…friend Byron Acosta by giving him a double-click, and you see there is start…of a business card. And it's pretty good, but I would like to change that a little bit.…
I'd like to emphasize his name, and I'd like to include his fax number.…So to edit a business card, we simply give it a double-click.…We have lots of choices that we can make.…First choice is to change any of the information that I see here;…for example, I can change his name, or his phone or his address simply by…
- 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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