Outlook 2010 – Part 1: What’s New ?
Outlook 2010 (Beta)
It’s here !! – well not officially – but the Beta i. I’ve been using MS Office 2010 since the Beta hit the market. After running it for about 3 months I can definitively say: What are you waiting for ? Okay, I get it you want to wait for the final release – but the thing is you really don’t have to.
In this first part I’m going to show you how to get started with Outlook 2010 and show you some of the newest and coolest features which I’ve come to love. This article and the upcoming ones will be subject to change as the Final Release becomes public, so bookmark this article already!
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Get Back Lost Off-Screen Windows [How To]
This solution I owe to my brother – who made me figure this one out for him. My brother is one of you Laptop users that, when home (or the office), hooks up his computer to an external monitor, extending his desktop. This works fine – unless you forget to move every application window back to your main desktop before disconnecting the extra monitor. Then what do you do ?
If you’re still at home (or the office) then it’s no “biggy”, but if you’re on the road somewhere, suddenly realize that your PowerPoint presentation is showing on the “other” monitor… What then ?
Don’t worry – Read on
User Support – Twelve o’Clock Flashers…
Have you ever had to call the tech-support only to get hold of a person who seems to be laughing at you ? Well he probably did…
Those of us who have worked in user support have met all kinds of people on the phone. Some have genuine problems. Some problems are hard to figure out, others are simple to solve, and sometimes, the caller is plain and simply a ‘TCF….
Read on and I’ll explain…
Add MoveTo-function to you Context Menu [How To]
When teaching people how to use Windows I always tell them that the Right-Click menu (also known as the context menu) is the most important Windows Tool they should ever learn to use. You are no doubt familiar about the SendTo function available in the context-menu. But we don’t always want to COPY our files from one place to another, sometimes we want to move it. Of course you can use the old CTRL+X and CTRL+V trick, but that wouldn’t be neat tip to show you so, this is how you put the MoveTo function into your context menu: