Laminated quick reference card showing instructions for the new and changed features of Microsoft Office Outlook 2010. Also includes a command reference showing Outlook 2003 commands and their 2010 equivalents. Topics include: The Ribbon Controlling the Navigation Pane Mail: Previewing an Attachment, Viewing Next/Previous Message in a Single Email, Adding an Electronic Business Card to an Email, Grouping Messages by Conversation, Ignoring a Conversation, Cleaning up Redundant Messages, Using Quick Steps, Using the People Pane, Using the Out of Office Assistant. Calendar: Showing Full or Work Week, Overlaying Multiple Calendars, Changing Detail Level in Month View, Scheduling Assistant, Sending a Calendar Snapshot by Email, Receiving a Calendar Snapshot, Publishing Your Calendar to office.com, Sharing a Published Calendar, Restricting Access to Free/Busy Information. Tasks: Tasks and To-Do Items, The To-Do Bar, Viewing To-Do Items in the Calendar, Putting an Item in the To-Do List. Sharing or Request the Sharing of Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Notes with Other Outlook Users; Responding to a Sharing Request; Changing Sharing Permissions. Color-Coded Categories, Using Instant Search. Other New Features, Features No Longer Available. This guide is suitable as a training handout, or simply an easy to use reference guide, for any type of user. This guide is one of several titles available for Outlook 2010: What s New in Outlook 2010 from 2003, Outlook 2010 Mail, Outlook 2010 Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Outlook Web Access for Exchange 2010.This guide is one of several titles available for Outlook 2010: What s New in Outlook 2010 from 2003, Outlook 2010 Mail, Outlook 2010 Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Outlook Web Access for Exchange 2010.
|Title||:||What's New in Outlook 2010 (from 2003) Quick Reference Guide (Cheat Sheet of New Features and Instructions - Laminated Card)|
|Author||:||Beezix, Inc Staff|