Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Translating Your E-Mail Messages
To get a better picture of what Smart Art can do, follow these steps:
1. Click the Insert tab.
2. Click the Smart Art button.
3. Try a few designs on for size.
Translating Your E-Mail Messages
If your incoming e-mail messages are so confusing that they seem like they’re
written in a foreign language, maybe they are. You can translate incoming
e-mail messages in Outlook 2013 this way:
1. Select some confusing text.
2. Right-click the text.
A menu opens.
3. Choose Translate.
Alternately, you can click the Translate button in the Ribbon. If the
translations don’t even make sense, you can feel better knowing it’s not your
fault that you can’t understand the gibberish people are sending you.
Adding Charts for Impact
The Chart tool is just beneath the Smart Art button on the Ribbon’s Insert
tab. The tool can make the thoughts you express in your e-mail look
positively orderly (no matter how disordered your mind may be).
Chart it up with these steps:
1. From inside a new e-mail message, click the Insert tab and choose the
Chart tool.
You see a two-part gallery: a list of general chart types on the left and
specific examples of each type on the right.
2. Choose a general type from the list on the left.
3. Choose a specific type from the list on the right.
4. Click OK.
A grid opens, allowing you to enter numbers.
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