Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
The first option, Use Math AutoCorrect Rules Outside of Math Regions, determines whether these
rules apply just in math regions or throughout the entire message. The Replace Text as You Type
option determines whether Math AutoCorrect is on or off. You add items to and delete items from
the list as described for AutoCorrect in the previous section.
Smart Tags is a tool that lets Outlook recognize certain types of information in your messages, such
as dates and telephone numbers. Then, Outlook marks the item with a dotted underline and,
when the mouse cursor is near the item, displays a Smart Tag, or small button, next to the item.
Clicking the Smart Tag displays a menu of commands relevant to the type of data item. For
example, if the item is a date, the commands on the Smart Tag menu let you schedule a meeting, open
your calendar, and so on. This is shown in Figure 6.32.
Smart Tags provide quick access to commands for certain data items in a message.
To set Smart Tag options:
Select Tools, Options from the main Outlook menu to display the Options dialog box.
Click the Spelling tab.
Click the Spelling and AutoCorrection button to open the Editor Options window.
Click the AutoCorrect Options button to display the AutoCorrect dialog box.
Click the Smart Tags tab (shown in Figure 6.33).