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In a nutshell, Quick Steps, a new feature in Outlook 2010, applies multiple actions at once to an e-mail. There are some default Quick Steps such as Move to (moves the selected message to a mail folder you choose and marks the message as read), Reply & Delete (opens a reply to the selected message, and then deletes the original message), and Create New (where you create your own Quick Step to do anything you want, name it, and even assign it an icon to help you identify it).
You can edit any of these default Quick Steps and you can also create your own "Quick Steps gallery" of actions that you take most often (which is what you saw in the screenshot of what my Quick Steps customization looks like). AND you can add it to your Quick Access Toolbar, like I've done here:
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And how can using Quick Steps "save your hide" (as I wrote in the title of the post)? You'll never lose a message, miss a meeting, or forget to follow up on anything anymore. You, my friend, are a model of consistency, competence, and class (not to mention efficiency, effectiveness, and equilibrium).
But first, sit back, turn off your cell phones, and enjoy the show:
More info on Quick Steps:
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I look forward to Outlook 2010. I will have use for quicksteps Thanks Crabby!
Donald: Great! They are, by far, my favorite new feature in Outlook.
I love this feature, but it no longer is accepting my input of emals. I am wanting to set up new emails with a short list of recipients. When I first got my new computer and Office 2010 installed it worked perfectly. Now is doesnt. Also, when I enter a task the automatically creates two of the same in my task list. I have thought that downloading and reinstalling the program would solve the problem, but Dell is unwilling to assist me in doing this. Is there any assistance out there? :)
@Great: Do me a favor so I can do you one: Copy the contents of your comment above and paste it into an email and send it to msftCrabby@live.com. Then it'll be right in front of me every day and I can find someone (if not me) who can answer/solve your issue.
(In the meantime, have you tried Microsoft Answers? answers.microsoft.com/.../default.aspx )
Looking forward to hearing from you. Speaking of which, why do so many people ask questions in comments and then never check back for the answer??? Or, then again, maybe they do; I'd just like to know if my solution worked! If you don't post an email address folks, I don't know who you are. We don't gather any information from you...