Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Chapter 14: Big-Time Collaboration with Outlook
Outlook automatically tallies the responses so that you can see which way
the wind is blowing in your office.
To add voting buttons to an e-mail message you’re creating, follow these
steps while creating your message. For more about creating messages, see
Chapter 4.
1. With the New Message form open, click the Options tab in the Ribbon
and then click the Use Voting Buttons button.
A list of suggested voting buttons appears. The suggested choices
include the following, as shown in Figure 14-5:
•Approve;Reject
•Yes;No
•Yes;No;Maybe
•Custom
If you choose Custom, the Properties dialog box opens. Type your own
choices in the Use Voting Buttons text box. Follow the pattern of the
suggested choices; just separate your options with a semicolon. If you
want to ask people to vote on the lunch menu, for example, include a
range of choices such as Pizza;Burgers;Salad.
Figure 14-5:
Cast your
vote from
the Vote
button list.
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