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The Journal Folder in Outlook: Overview             You use the Journal folder in Outlook to record multiple types of interactions. The Journal records interactions with important contacts, the times when you create or open documents or Outlook items, and also many other activities.             Starting in Outlook 2013, the Journal folder

Create a Public Folder in Outlook: Overview             You can create a public folder in Outlook to which you can post public conversation topics or any type of item that Outlook can store in its normal folders like e-mail, calendars, and tasks. You can use this terrific feature to set up meetings, schedule employees’ tasks,

Use the Bcc Field for Confidentiality with Contact Groups: Overview             In this lesson, you will learn about creating contact groups and how to use the Bcc field for confidentiality when sending emails to your contact groups. Note that contact groups were called “distribution lists” in Outlook 2007, however they retain the same functionality in

Using Subfolders in Outlook for Lawyers: Overview             The following tutorial on using subfolders in Outlook for lawyers contains content from the lesson titled “Using Subfolders” from our complete Outlook training for lawyers, titled “Mastering Outlook Made Easy for Lawyers v.2013-2007.”             Many attorneys find that they receive a substantial amount of daily e-mail. One

A Tutorial on How to Create PDF Using Microsoft Office             This tutorial will show you how to create PDF using Microsoft Office 2013-2010. The information is taken from the complete Acrobat training titled “Mastering Acrobat Made Easy v.XI.” Acrobat makes it easy to convert Microsoft Office files into PDF files

Handling Junk Mail To block junk e-mail, you must first open the folder to filter for junk e-mail. If using Outlook 2010, then click the “Junk” drop-down button in the “Delete” group on the “Home” tab in the Ribbon and select the “Junk E-mail Options…” command from the button’s drop-down menu. If using Outlook 2007,

Creating Mailbox Rules A mailbox rule simply states that whenever items arrive into a mailbox that meet a specified criteria they should then be processed by whatever the rule dictates should happen when an item of that type is received. You can have multiple rules applied to a single mailbox. The rules will be acted

Navigating the Calendar To open the calendar and display a specific date using the Date Navigator, open the Calendar folder. Then use the “Previous Month” and “Next Month” arrows in the “Date Navigator” to move through the months until the date that you want to select appears. You could also click on the month heading