Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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For each of the built-in Quick Steps, you can change its name; edit, add, and remove
actions; and specify tooltip text that appears when you point to the Quick Step in the Quick
Steps gallery. You can assign shortcut keys (Ctrl+Shift+1 through Ctrl+Shift+9) to up to nine
Quick Steps.
TIP You can create new Quick Steps to simplify the performance of many types of
messagemanagement actions. For more information, see “Creating and managing Quick Steps” in
Chapter 12, “Manage email settings.”
In this exercise, you will set up and use a built-in Quick Step.
SET UP Use the SBS Tradeshow Schedule message you worked with earlier in this
chapter and the SBS Messages folder you created in the previous exercise. If you did not
create these practice files, you can do so now or substitute any message and folder in your
Inbox. Display your Inbox, locate the SBS Tradeshow Schedule message, and then follow
the steps.
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On the Home tab, in the Quick Steps gallery, click Move to: ? . Because you haven’t
yet configured a destination folder for this Quick Step, the First Time Setup dialog
box opens.
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Some generic Quick Steps require that you supply information the first time you use them.
2
In the Move to folder list, click SBS Messages . (If that folder doesn’t appear in the
list, click Other Folder . Then in the Select Folder dialog box, click the SBS Messages
folder and click OK .) The name of the Quick Step in the Name box changes from
Move To: ? to SBS Messages .
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