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A lot of email messages you get don’t need a response, and don't even need to be read right away, especially those from large distribution lists. Renée shows Harry how to set up rules in Outlook that route email from those lists to special folders, to be read at a time that Harry schedules in his regular routine.
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Here's a great, short, instructive video about how you can broadcast your PowerPoint 2010 presentation over the Internet to a remote audience. While you present the slide show inside PowerPoint, your audience follows along in their browser -- they don't even have to have PowerPoint installed.
Today's post is guest written by Tristan Davis, a program manager on the Word team.
As part of the Word team, one of the things I'm responsible for is extensibility. In that role, I've had the opportunity to see how Word developers are building solutions on top of our object model, and to hear a lot of valuable feedback about the good and bad aspects of building them.
In Harry's next visit with Renée, she explains that by creating Search Folders—which look just like regular folders—Harry doesn't have to know where to hunt for a particular message. She explains to him that there's no more need for panicking when he wants to find a particular message by keyword or whatever. So now, Harry is starting to get the idea that if he creates the Search Folders, Outlook will do the heavy lifting.
Tony Bradley at PCWorld walks you through using Office docs on a Windows 7 phone.