Courtesy of Kurt Shintaku’s Blog, this ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of face palms. Safe sex, seat belts and this.
Download for Outlook ‘13
In addition to providing a repository of all things Outlook, Roady @ MSOutlook.info takes the time to answer reader emails clearly. Take a few minutes to peruse the site, you’ll likely find a great deal of useful information.
Calendar Updates is a site we’ve used for many years to download whole sports schedules and individual events. Downloads are in .ics format and work seamlessly in all versions of Outlook. Most events are free to download, most schedules are not, but for a few dollars you can’t beat the convenience and the site’s support is first rate.
Here’s a list of the most useful keyboard shortcuts for Outlook’s desktop client. Check them out.
As written by Microsoft insider Annik Stahl. We love her blog, it’s always packed with useful tips and tricks.
Okay, so maybe we should never send an email without a subject. On the occasion that you do, it’s nice not to have to click an annoying popup box. Using a simple macro and a few clicks, you can do away with the reminder once and for all.
Free and simple to install, download the MS March Madness and follow the schedule and results of all 67 games.
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