Creating and modifying pages with many rich graphical elements, such as photos, has always been something Publisher is great at. In the new Office, we did a lot of work to make working with pictures even easier, and help you keep all the photos you’re working with organized from start to finish, making it easier to get the exact page layout you want.
A stream of messages most likely flows into your inbox from co-workers and friends, and from all those enewsletters and notifications you signed up for. You need a quick way to track down specific messages without having to wade through all of them. To help you cut through the clutter, we’ve compiled four tutorials that show you some ways search in Outlook.
The addition of shape and picture effects was a big part in Publisher’s goal to make it quicker and easier to create better looking publications. Amani Ahmed Dye is the program manager who worked on bringing in these effects. Today, she’ll share the outcome of that work and how you can start taking advantage of these new features.
“What do you mean you didn’t receive it? I sent it last night!” At least you thought you did. Now you’re red-faced in a meeting set up to review the PowerPoint presentation that never made it to your recipients. You check your Outbox and there it is. If you ever find yourself in this situation, here are some reasons why and some steps you can take.
(This post was first published in 2010. It’s obvious from the number of hits this page gets that people’s inboxes are still overflowing. We thought we’d share it again to help you out.) Hi, I am Roby Kurian, Product Manager for Outlook. How often do you ask yourself, “Where’s that message?” Whether you are a filer (you keep messages carefully organized in folders) or a piler (you keep all of your…