Changing the Inbox View in Outlook: Overview Changing the Inbox View in Outlook by Selecting a Different, Existing View By changing the Inbox view in Outlook, you can organize your email to better suits your individual needs. The first step in changing the Inbox view in Outlook is to
Using Subfolders in Outlook for Lawyers: Overview Using subfolders in Outlook for lawyers helps some attorneys organize email. Many attorneys find that they receive a substantial amount of daily email. One effective mail management technique that helps categorize, sort, and clear a cluttered mailbox is using subfolders in Outlook for lawyers. When using subfolders
Overview of How to Accept or Reject Changes to a Shared Workbook in Excel If using the traditional “Shared Workbooks” feature in Excel, you can then either accept or reject changes to a shared workbook in Excel after highlighting the changes made. To accept or reject changes to a shared workbook in Excel, click
Overview of How to Print Lists in QuickBooks Online You can easily and quickly print lists in QuickBooks Online Plus. At the top of each list is a “Print list” button that looks like a printer. Clicking this button opens a new page or tab and shows the list in a printer-friendly format. It
Overview of How to Create a Commission or Bonus Paycheck in QuickBooks Online To create a commission or bonus paycheck in QuickBooks Online if you subscribe to a QuickBooks Online Payroll service and have added the “Bonus” and/or “Commission” pay types for employees, hover over the “Payroll” link in the Navigation Bar and then
Overview of Sending Task Status Reports in Outlook You can easily send a status report for a task in Outlook if you are the assigned task’s owner. In this case, it is your responsibility to complete the task. As you make progress on the assigned task, you can send a status report for a
Overview of Touch Mode in Access Touch mode in Access gives easy access to the buttons and commands within the Ribbon and Quick Access toolbar. When you enter touch mode in Access, you enlarge the Ribbon and Quick Access toolbar. Also, you add extra space around the buttons and commands within them. This helps
Overview of How to Create a Navigation Form in Access You can quickly and easily create a navigation form in Access. A navigation form performs the same function as a switchboard form does within your database. A navigation form in Access contains buttons you click to open other database objects, like reports and forms.