Tag Archives: Outlook

Notifying others that you are out of the office

SusanCarlowAvatar120x120By Susan Carlow

Microsoft Outlook’s auto reply (AKA out of office assistant) is a convenient and easy to use tool that automatically notifies folk who email you when you’re out of the office and may not be able to read or reply to their message for a period of time. It’s particularly useful when you take leave or go on holiday. Continue reading Notifying others that you are out of the office

Outlook – Turn off the new mail desktop alert

SharynAvatarBlog120x120PROBLEM: when an Outlook email alert notifies us of new mail we often read the message and reply to it later. The problem is we’re reading (and thinking about) those messages twice.
SOLUTION: save time by dealing with the email once!  To avoid temptation turn the email alert off!

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Office – Changing the screen to gain more screen real estate

SharynAvatarBlog120x120PROBLEM: Needing more screen and less Ribbon (great for tablets).

SOLUTION: Gain more screen “real-estate” by changing your display settings. Continue reading Office – Changing the screen to gain more screen real estate

PowerPoint, Word, Excel – nudging shapes so that they align nicely

SharynAvatarBlog120x120PROBLEM: Have you ever tried to perfectly align a line of check
boxes or shapes?  It’s not easy!

SOLUTION: Take control and easily knock wayward shapes back into line.  Note: check out the tip on nudging – it’s fabulous! Continue reading PowerPoint, Word, Excel – nudging shapes so that they align nicely