Working with Outlook’s Junk E-mail Feature

Learn about working with Outlook’s Junk E-mail Feature, including utilizing the various options as well as marking e-mail messages as Not Junk.,

The Outlook Junk E-mail Filter doesn’t stop delivery of junk e-mail messages; it moves the suspected spam to the Junk E-mail folder.  By default, the junk e-mail filter is turned on and the protection level is set to No Automatic Filtering.  While the Junk E-mail Filter checks your incoming messages automatically, Junk E-mail Filer Lists let you control what is considered spam.  You can add names, e-mail addresses and domains to these lists so that the filter doesn’t check messages from sources you trust, and blocks messages that arrive from specific e-mail address and domains you don’t know or trust.  Below are the step by step instructions for working with Outlook’s Junk E-mail Filter, including using the various options and removing messages from the junk filter. Continue reading “Working with Outlook’s Junk E-mail Feature”

Working with Word Tab Stops

Learn about working with Tab Stops – Using the Ruler to create, edit and remove tab stops. Using the Tabs Dialog box to create, edit and remove tab stops. Editing and Removing default tab stops.

Word offers you various functions when working with Word tab stops.  You can work with Words default tab stops or you can create new ones as well as edit tab stops manually or via the ruler.  Below, are the steps by step instructions for creating, editing and removing tab stops manually and via the ruler.  I’ve also included the instructions for removing and changing Words default tab stops. Continue reading “Working with Word Tab Stops”