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Posts Tagged: ‘outlook’

Thursday Tips and Tricks: Microsoft Outlook – Keyboard Shortcuts Basic Navigation

Keyboard Shortcuts for Basic Navigation in Microsoft Outlook Microsoft Outlook has several helpful Keyboard shortcuts that can help save you time and improve productivity. One set of keyboard shortcuts for Outlook lets you easily navigate between the navigation pane. Switch to Mail – CTRL+1 Switch to Calendar – CTRL+2 Switch to Contacts – CTRL+3 Switch […]

Lost in the Clutter

A few months ago, Microsoft Office 365 rolled out a feature called Clutter. The purpose of Clutter is to filter out low priority messages for processing later. Basically, Clutter watches for emails with senders or subjects that you delete without reading, opening or responding to. In particular, I found that it watches for emails that […]

Customizing the Outlook Quick Access Toolbar

Here is a BFO (Blinding Flash of the Obvious) that I had the other day. I was constantly switching among the tabs in Outlook because there are two things that I did all the time – move emails to Worldox and send an email as a Fee record to PracticeMaster.  Once you have installed those […]

Microsoft Office 2013 or Microsoft Office 365?

A client recently inquired whether they should purchase Microsoft Home and Business 2013 or Microsoft Office 365 Small Business Premium. While this client primarily uses Word and Excel and may not currently need everything that comes with Office 365, here is why we still recommend it. Microsoft Home and Business 2013 $219.00 (For a single […]

Removing Outlook 2007 Email Nicknames

Have you ever sent an email to the wrong person by accident because Outlook auto-completed the name for you?  Ouch!  It happened to me recently – several times and with some borderline sensitive emails.  Somehow the name Carol became associated with a prospective client and I emailed “Carol” several things intended for my Lawtopia partner, […]