Learn about taking Linked Notes within OneNote.
Using Linked Notes allows you to dock OneNote to a side of your screen so you can work within other applications on the other side. This gives you the capability to automatically link your notes to what you’re looking at. Linked Notes works with Internet Explorer, Word 2016, PowerPoint 2016 and other OneNote 2016 pages. Below are the instructions for taking linked notes within OneNote. Continue reading “Taking Linked Notes within OneNote”
Learn about Utilizing OneNote Quick Notes
Quick Notes are like electronic “Post-it’s,” except they are stored within OneNote so they can be searched, organized and shared. Below are the step by step instructions for utilizing OneNote Quick Notes. Continue reading “Utilizing OneNote Quick Notes”
Learn the steps necessary for Sharing OneNote Notebooks.
You can share your OneNote notebooks with other people, allowing for easy collaboration. To share notebooks, they must be on OneDrive. If your notebook is stored locally it must be moved to OneDrive to share it. Sharing notebooks can be accomplished via invites. You can also create a sharing link to your notebook so others can view or edit it. Below are the step by step instructions for Sharing OneNote Notebooks via Invite, Removing Users from Shared Notebooks, Creating a Sharing Link and Removing Shared Access. Continue reading “Sharing OneNote Notebooks”
Learn how to create Outlook Tasks from Email Messages.
Outlook gives you the ability to quickly and easily create Outlook Tasks from Email messages. This allows you to take detailed messages and efficiently create tasks without losing any information and having to retype the details. Below are the step by step instructions to Create Outlook Tasks from Email Messages. Continue reading “Create Outlook Tasks from Email Messages”
Utilize the various Outlook Shortcut Keys to access commands, menus, ribbons, etc.
Shortcut keys and ALT keys allow you to access tabs, ribbon commands, features, Quick Access Toolbar commands, etc. without having to remove your hands from the keyboard. This allows you to continue typing seamlessly. Many people prefer the use of shortcut keys over using the mouse. Below is a large list of Outlook shortcut keys. The keys have been grouped by app and menu. Continue reading “Outlook Shortcut Keys”
Learn how to use the Outlook Clutter Feature to filter low priority messages.
Using Outlook Clutter Feature to Sort Low Priority Messages
Clutter can help you filter low priority messages, saving you time for the most important messages. The server keeps track of messages you read as well as those you don’t. When you turn on clutter, it automatically takes new incoming messages that you are most likely to ignore and puts them in the clutter folder. The more you use it, the better it learns. Below are the step by step instructions for utilizing the Outlook Clutter Feature. Continue reading “Outlook Clutter Feature”
Learn about working with Outlook Time Zones — Changing Time Zones, Adding a Second Time Zone, Swapping Time Zones and Removing a Time Zone.
Outlook allows you to change your time zone so it matches your current location as you travel. It also allows you to add a second time zone for a location you travel to or for the location of clients. This enables you to quickly monitor meeting times in different areas. Below are the step by step instructions for Working with Outlook Time Zones — Changing Time Zones, Adding a Second Time Zone, Swapping Time Zones and Removing a Time Zone. Continue reading “Working with Outlook Time Zones”
Learn how to utilize Outlook Quick Steps to become more efficient in Outlook. You’ll learn how to customize the default Outlook Quick Steps as well as create your own Outlook Quick Steps.
Outlook Quick Steps allows you to create One Click Quick Steps for actions you repeat frequently. For example, if you move messages to a certain folder, you can create a Quick Step to accomplish it in one click. Below are the step by step instructions for working with Outlook Quick Steps. Continue reading “Outlook Quick Steps”