Microsoft Outlook 2010 – Retail License Microsoft Outlook 2010 includes new features and capabilities to help you stay connected with people and better manage your time and information. Expanded ribbon First introduced in Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, the ribbon is part of the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface. It is designed to help you quickly find the commands that you need to complete a task. Commands are organized in logical groups that are collected together under tabs. In Outlook 2010, the ribbon has replaced the former menus in the main Outlook window. In addition, the ribbon can be customized to include custom tabs that you can personalize to better match your work style. More room to manage your account Many Outlook settings that are not directly related to creating or managing Outlook items, such as print commands and account management options, are now in the Microsoft Office Backstage view. Click File to manage your accounts, set up rules and Automatic Replies, and find other behind-the-scenes options. See more of your messages An improved conversation view is now available when you work with your messages. This view improves tracking and managing related messages, regardless of the folder that contains the messages. You can see the complete course of the conversation, including your responses, find the most recent responses, and more easily determine the message most important to you. You can also easily categorize or ignore a complete conversation. For more information, see Introduction to Conversation View. Process and file your messages faster Quick Steps Turn commands and procedures that you use most often into one click. You can customize the default Quick Steps, and create your own buttons that combine your frequent actions. The Quick Steps gallery includes buttons for one-click file and flag, sending messages to your team, and other popular commands. For more information, see?Automate common or repetitive tasks with Quick Steps. Meeting Reply Scheduling a meeting is as easy as replying to the message. While reading a message, you can schedule a meeting with all the message recipients with the new Meeting Reply command. All the messages recipients are added to a new a meeting request in one click. For more information, see Respond to an e-mail message with a meeting request. Instant Search improvements Outlook 2007 introduced Instant Search. In Outlook 2010 it is easier to narrow your search results by using criteria such as sender, subject keywords, and other information such as the presence of attachments. The Search Tools contextual tab includes a set of filters that efficiently focus your search to isolate the items that you want. For more information, see Find a message or item by using Instant Search. Reduce the noise in your Inbox Ignore Conversation If a conversation is no longer relevant to you, you can prevent additional responses from appearing in your Inbox. The Ignore command moves the whole Conversation and any future messages that arrive in the Conversation to the Deleted Items folder. For more information, see Ignore Conversation. Clean Up Conversations When a message contains all the previous messages in the Conversation, you can click Clean Up to eliminate the other redundant messages. For example, as people reply to a Conversation, the response is at the top and the previous messages in the Conversation are below.
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