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Outlook® 2013 Absolute Beginner’s Guide by Sherry Kinkoph Gunter, Diane Poremsky

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6. Advanced Email Features

In This Chapter

Formatting your messages to make the text look nice

Assigning priority levels to messages

Learning how to use Quick Parts to speed up text entry

Adding your own custom signatures

Requesting read receipts

Inserting pictures

Subscribing to RSS feeds

By now, you’re probably starting to notice the plethora of tiny tool buttons hanging out in the Message form window, and perhaps you’re already clicking them to see what happens. Or maybe you’re wondering about that strange toolbar that pops up when you select text in a message. Outlook has many extra features you can use to spruce up your email messages, automate replies, and take your emailing tasks to the next level. For example, did you ...

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