Instantly Find a Contact in Outlook

  • 28 June 2016
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Instantly Find a Contact in Outlook
If you need to find a contact in Outlook but you only remember part of their email address, just type what you remember into the Find A Contact text box on the main toolbar and press [Enter]. If Outlook finds more than one contact with matching information, it presents a Choose Contact dialog box with all matching contacts listed. If Outlook finds a single match, it opens the Contact form for that match.

Combat Bounced Email with these Troubleshooting Tips

  • 21 June 2016
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Combat Bounced Email with these Troubleshooting Tips
Although your company higher-ups can read your email and block it, most likely, you've run into a different problem. While we strongly caution against sending personal email from your work account, the bottom line is that your email system isn't working as it should. We'll go through the most common culprits behind returned, or bounced, email.

Speed up Your Scrolling in Large Documents

  • 21 June 2016
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Speed up Your Scrolling in Large Documents

If you're editing a large document that also includes a number of images, you may find that scrolling is quite slow. This happens because Word has to load each image as you scroll, which can make your productivity drag. Fortunately, if you display picture placeholders rather than your actual images, you won't have to worry about this needless slowdown any more.

Position Graphics Perfectly Using Word's own Graph Paper

  • 31 May 2016
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Position Graphics Perfectly Using Word's own Graph Paper
When it comes to placing drawing objects in just the right spot, eyeballing it may seem like your only option. As you know, this can produce less-than-desirable results. Instead of relying on such shaky methods, why not display non-printing gridlines behind your drawing objects? 

Easily Deactivate a Hyperlink

  • 25 April 2016
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Easily Deactivate a Hyperlink
In a recent tip, we explained that you can replace dynamic field results with static text by unlinking a field's results from the field code that generated them. All you need to do is place the insertion point within the field and then press either of two simple shortcut keys. But did you know you can use the same shortcut keys to deactivate, i.e., "unlink," your documents' hyperlinks?

Microsoft Booster Pack

  • 1 April 2016
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Microsoft Booster Pack
Microsoft is excited to introduce a new offer: Microsoft Certification Booster Packs! The new Booster Packs give IT Professionals more options and better odds at passing Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exams: from practice tests to retake opportunities, you can choose what you need to succeed.

Add Dynamically Linked Excel Data to your Word Document

  • 14 March 2016
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Add Dynamically Linked Excel Data to your Word Document
Many of us create numerical reports using Excel worksheets. Unfortunately, numbers don't always speak for themselves. To make complex numerical data easier to understand, you may present your workbook's key figures along with descriptive information and analyses in a written report, saved as a Word document. 

Using Styles – Format Collections

  • 29 February 2016
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Using Styles – Format Collections

Apply a set of built-in styles or create custom styles for quick and consistent formatting. An automatic table of contents may be created from built-in styles. Home > Styles > More button displays the style gallery.

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