Paul Wherly

Get that email filed!

Category: Tips for Windows Users

When getting your inbox under control it is important to create some folders to file your email into. Here is how. This tip is for Outlook 2007 Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013 The quickest way to create a folder is to use the right-click. Right Click on the parent folder (the Inbox here) Then click […]

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Paul Wherly

Silence those Desktop Alerts

Category: Tips for Windows Users

When working we can be easily distracted. Here is how to switch off desktop alerts and sounds so that your email does not interrupt you. These instructions work for Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013 A desktop alert is a little semitransparent box that floats on to the bottom right of your screen whenever an email […]

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Paul Wherly

New Apps in Outlook 2013 – Schedule a Meeting

Category: Tips for Windows Users

Apps in Outlook 2013 work by recognizing phrases in your email and suggesting shortcut actions. For example if your colleague or friend sends you an email suggesting a meeting, Outlook will now suggest that it has found a possible meeting and allow you to create it directly from the incoming email. Neat! In the image […]

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Paul Wherly

Adding AutoText

Category: IT Quick Tips, Tips for Windows Users

Do you ever find yourself typing the same text over and over again? Perhaps a sentence that you need to sign off a letter with? Well Autotext allows you to save that text and add it automatically! This AutoText tip will save you hours over the course of a week. [sociallocker id=”1938″]Auto Text[/sociallocker]

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