In today’s busy world, much of our communication is done through email. In my last article, I talked about creating a signature in Outlook 2007 for your emails. But not all your email may be representing what you are currently working on. You may be active not only in work, but also may be on several committees, and you likely also send personal emails. You may want your emails to be individualized and not just the run-of-the-mill closing and signature. That is not hard to do in Outlook 2007: just create a signature for each of your committees or activities. When you have finished your email, simply click on the drop down arrow under signature button on the ribbon and you will see all of your different signatures. Read the rest of this entry »
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You are writing an email and once again you have to type in your name, title, and email address. There has to be an easier way to do this then typing each time. Well, there is! It is just a few quick steps and you can use it over and over again. To begin, create a new email and look at the Message Ribbon. On the right side of the ribbon, you will see the Signature button in the Include section of the ribbon. Read the rest of this entry »
Hate grabbing the mouse all the time? Are you more of a keyboard shortcut person? Did you know that in Outlook 2007 your Navigation Pane has keyboard shortcuts to move from one section to the other? As the illustration below shows, it is a quick switch to move from your Inbox to your Calendar. Simply press Ctrl + 2.
The other Navigation Pane keyboard shortcuts are shown below. Read the rest of this entry »
You have probably opened the VB Editor in Access, Word, or PowerPoint, and seen Option Explicit at the top of the code window. But what does it mean? Read the rest of this entry »