Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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You can limit the actions other people can take with messages they receive from you by
restricting the message permissions. For example, you can prevent recipients from forwarding
or printing the message, copying the message content, or changing the content when they
forward or reply to the message. (Restrictions apply also to message attachments.) Within a
message window, permission options are available both on the Info page of the Backstage
view and in the Permission group on the Options tab.
SEE ALSO For information about digital signatures and for more information about
restricting recipients from forwarding, copying, or printing messages you send, see “Increasing
email security” in Chapter 12, “Manage email settings.”
▪ You can format the text and background of your messages, either by choosing
individual formatting options and styles or by applying a theme.
▪ You can automatically insert contact information in email messages by using an
electronic signature. You can create different signatures for different purposes and instruct
Outlook to insert a specific signature for each email account and message type.
▪ You can insert many types of images—including photos, screen clippings, and clip
art—into an Outlook item and modify the appearance of the inserted image by using
commands available from the tool tabs for pictures.
▪ You can create graphical representations of processes, hierarchies, and other
organizational structures by using the SmartArt feature.
▪ You can create a chart directly in an Outlook item as a graphical representation of
data stored in an associated Excel worksheet.
▪ You can make outgoing messages more useful by setting their properties to
communicate information to the message recipient and by setting delivery options so you
are informed when the message is received and read.