Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Translating a Message
Printing a Message
Figure 10-13:
Use the Create Rules box to filter incoming emails.
In the top half, tell Outlook which emails to watch
for. In the bottom half, specify what to do with those
emails.
Translating a Message
Whether you’re composing or reading an email, you can translate the message from
one language to another. The only difference is where you find the Translate button:
• If you’re composing a message, select Review Translate (Alt, R, L).
• If you’re reading a message, select Message Translate (Alt, H, L).
Outlook’s translation tools work just like Word’s—which is to say, pretty good for
quick-and-dirty jobs, but definitely not well enough to convince anyone that you’re
a native speaker. Table 10-3 shows you where to find information about using
translation tools.
Table 10-3. Where to find information about working with the Office translation tools
Topic
Page number
Translating text
130
Using the Mini Translator
131
Using the Research pane for translations
132
Translating an entire message
132
Printing a Message
In Outlook, printing a message works like printing from the other Office programs—
you go Backstage to do it. Where you start from depends on what you want to print:
• If you want to print a particular message, you can print it from its folder or open
it in a message window.
• If you want to print a list showing the contents of a folder (such as your inbox),
select that folder in Outlook’s main window.
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