Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Handling Files That Were Sent to You
Taking advantage of the People pane
The People pane — something new in Outlook
2013 — gives you a chance to quickly review
e-mail, files, and meetings that pertain to
someone who sent you an e-mail message. In the
Reading pane, click the Expand button to see a
list of messages, files, and meetings that relate
to the person who sent you the message. Click
an item in the list to open it in a window and
review it.
If you don’t see the People pane at the bottom
of the Reading pane, go to the View tab, click
the People Pane button, and choose Normal on
the drop-down list.
Suppose you open an e-mail message but you regret doing so because you
want the unopened envelope icon to appear beside the message’s name. In
other words, you want to handle the message later on. To make a message
in the Inbox window appear as if it has never been opened, right-click it and
choose Mark As Unread.
Handling Files That Were Sent to You
You can tell when someone sends you files along with an e-mail message
because the paper clip icon appears in the Attachment column of the Inbox
window (if column headings are displayed), as shown in Figure 3-7. The name of
the file that was sent to you appears in the Reading pane (if the Reading pane is
open) and in the Message window as well if you open the message in a window.
Saving a file you received
Follow these instructions to save a file that was sent to you in a folder of
your choice:
Click to select the filename, and on the (Attachment Tools) Attachments tab,
click the Save As button and save the file using the Save Attachment dialog
box . Click the Save All Attachments button to save more than one file.
Right-click the filename, choose Save As on the shortcut menu, and save
the file in the Save Attachment dialog box. Right-click and choose Save
All Attachments to save more than one file.
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