Microsoft Outlook 2010 Mail Quick Reference Guide (Cheat Sheet of Instructions, Tips & Shortcuts - Laminated Card)
Laminated quick reference card showing step-by-step instructions and shortcuts for how to use mail features of Microsoft Office Outlook 2010. This guide is suitable as a training handout, or simply an easy to use reference guide, for any type of user.
The following topics are included:
Displaying Mail Folders; Navigation Pane; To-Do Bar; Creating and Sending a Message; Attaching a File to a Message; Showing BCC; Sending a Message with High or Low Importance; Requesting a Read or Delivery Receipt; Drafting a Message; Delaying the Delivery of a Message; Restricting Forwarding, Printing or Copying. Reading Messages, Using the People Pane, Manual Send/Receive, Using the Outbox, Using Desktop Alerts.
Deleting Messages, Emptying the Deleted Items Folder, Saving an Attachment, Removing an Attachment, Replying, Forwarding, Printing a Message.
Sorting Messages, Grouping Messages by Conversation, Ignoring a Conversation, Cleaning up Redundant Messages, Turning Grouping On/Off, Creating an E-Mail Signature, Manually Inserting Signatures, Creating a Distribution List.
Using Task Flags, Creating Folders, Adding/Removing Favorite Folders, Moving or Copying Messages, Using Quick Steps, Finding Mail Messages, Creating a Contact from a Message, Using the Rules Wizard, Using the Out of Office Assistant, Handling Junk Mail.
Also includes a list of Keyboard and Selection Shortcuts.
This guide is one of several titles available for Outlook 2010: Outlook 2010 Mail; Outlook 2010 Calendar, Contacts, Tasks (ISBN 978-1936220175); What's New in Outlook 2010 from 2003 (ISBN 978-1936220229); Outlook Web App for Exchange 2010 SP1 (ISBN 978-1936220373).
REFERENCE GUIDE SAVED THE DAY!
By Jane Austen "YaYa2Two" - December 5, 2011
IMMEDIATE shipping of a quick reference guide which was desperately needed by office staff when our e-mail provider was changed overnight. Not ONE employee knew how to use Outlook Mail. With this handy guide, we considered ourselves pros by the end of the day (and our Clients had nary a clue!).
The Right Product
By Kamal Noor - June 7, 2012
This product is very useful for its easy access to learn more about how to use the application for your daily works. This handy one piece sheet is very practical to use compared to the application user guide and books. By having it in front of you on the desk, you can improve and develope the usage of the application functionality. You will never regret once you buy it.
cheat sheets for grown-ups
By djgaloot - July 18, 2012
We used to be allowed to make an index card with whatever notes we wanted prior to taking some tests in college. Most of the time they were not used but sometimes they had just the right info. Same with these quick reference cards. I just keep them near the computer and they can be faster than looking the info up on Google or other source.
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