Outlook 2013 is an upscale version of the former Outlook. The particular functions are now separated by tabs. The qfileq tab has all the information that is needed to make changes such as save, open, print, options, etc. The qhomeq tab is where the simple transactions take place such as new mail, reply, delete, etc. qSend/Receiveq tab is all about sending and synching files and folders. qFolderq tab allows changes or formatting to folders qViewq addresses how you would like to customize the view of your Outlook experience. A chart would be beneficial to compare the old version to the new perhaps showing the ease of the transition. People that prefer the older versions would appreciate knowing where to find the function in the new format if a chart could point this out easily for them. The transition would be much easier.Outlook Data File (ost) Compression By default, when Outlook 2013 is installed, a new compressed version of the Outlook data file (ost) is created. ... As with Outlook 2010, IT administrators can manage the social networks that are available for users in Outlook 2013. ... Weather: Show weather on the Calendar Show temperature in: Celsius or Fahrenheit Weather settings are saved per user profile. If thereanbsp;...
|Title||:||Microsoft Outlook 2013 Guide (Speedy Study Guides)|
|Publisher||:||Speedy Publishing LLC - 2014-06-18|