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How to Add Contacts in Outlook 2013

When it’s not what you know but who you know, you need a good tool for keeping track of who’s who. Outlook 2013 is a great tool for managing your names and addresses, and it’s just as easy to use as your [more…]

How to Save an E-Mail Message as a File in Outlook 2013

You may create or receive an e-mail message in Outlook 2013 that’s so wonderful (or terrible) that you just have to save it. You may need to print the message and show it to someone else, save it to disk [more…]

The Quick and Easy Way to Enter Appointments in Outlook 2013

For some appointments you need a quick-and-dirty method of entering them in Outlook 2013. Some appointments don’t need much explanation. If you’re having lunch with Mom on Friday, there’s no reason to [more…]

How to Create Multiple Calendars in Outlook 2013

In Outlook 2013, you can create multiple calendars. Why would you need more than one calendar? You might need one for work and one to keep track of your family's sporting events, medical appointments, [more…]

How to Send a File in Outlook 2013

With Outlook 2013, you can do more than read and send e-mails, like send files. Some people swear that they do nothing but exchange e-mail all day. If you’re lucky, you probably do lots of things other [more…]

Outlook 2013 For Dummies Cheat Sheet

The Outlook 2013 Ribbon has tabs for e-mail, calendars, contacts, and tasks. The tabs let you quickly open new e-mail messages, make or change appointments, search for contacts, and create and mark off [more…]

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