Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Additional Input Options
How many ways can you create an e-mail message? Now in Office 2003, you
can dictate a message or write one by hand. With Tablet PC support throughout
Office 2003, which is even further enhanced by the addition of the exciting,
new OneNote utility, you can handwrite notes or use the stylus or keyboard to
input message text to your Tablet PC and then send as normal. You can use a
microphone and the Speech option (available in the Tools menu) to begin the
More Info To find out more about OneNote, the new utility in Office
2003 that enables you to track, record, write, store, organize, and use
notes, recordings, doodles, and diagrams, see Chapter 4, “Introduction
to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003.”
Changes in the E-Mail Message Window
While we’re talking about functionality, there are a few new tools in the
Outlook toolbar worth mentioning. The Options button has been moved to a
more prominent position on the toolbar, saving you the trouble of digging
through menus to set options for individual messages.
You also now have the ability to choose on the fly the format for the
e-mail message you want to send. Selection choices are HTML, Rich Text, or
Plain Text. This will be helpful when you send to clients whose e-mail services
are different from your own.
In addition, while you’re creating a message, you can click Flag in the
Outlook toolbar to display the Flag for Follow-Up dialog box and set an action
and the date and time you want the follow-up to be completed. You also can
digitally sign or encrypt individual messages by clicking the Digitally Sign
button on the Message toolbar. (See Figure 2-14.)
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