Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Using Symbols in E-Mail
The mechanics of creating an Outlook chart are very similar to those for
creating an Excel chart. If you need more detailed information about creating
charts, pick up a copy of Office 2013 For Dummies (published by Wiley).
Using Symbols in E-Mail
If you frequently use symbols such as the Euro currency symbol, you can add
those symbols to your e-mail messages by clicking the Symbol button on the
Insert tab while composing an e-mail message; just choose the symbol you
want. If you choose More Symbols, you can also insert clever things like
fractions, arrows, and strange hieroglyphics to baffle your recipients into
complying with your wishes.
Opening Multiple Calendars
You can create more than one calendar in Outlook. You might want to do so
to track the activities of more than one person, or to keep your business life
separate from your personal life (which is always a good idea). The tricky
part of keeping multiple calendars is dealing with schedule conflicts between
the two. To see two calendars at a time, click the check box next to each
calendar name in the Navigation pane.
Superimposing Calendars
An even slicker way to avoid conflicts on multiple calendars is to
superimpose one calendar on top of another. When you have two calendars open,
a small arrow appears next to the name of one. When you click that arrow,
both calendars appear, one atop the other, with both sets of appointments
showing. The appointments in the bottom calendar appear slightly opaque,
while the top calendar items look clearer and bolder. When calendars are
superimposed, you can see right away when time is available on both.
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