Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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2.1 Create messages
Outlook 2013 automatically handles certain types of organization for you. You can
organize items in Outlook by storing related items in folders and by assigning color categories
to related items of all types. Outlook makes it easy to follow related messages from
multiple people by displaying the messages in Conversation view.
This chapter guides you in studying ways of creating, formatting, organizing, and
managing messages.
Practice Files To complete the practice tasks in this chapter, you need the practice files
contained in the MOSOutlook2013\Objective2 practice file folder. For more information,
see “Download the practice files” in this topic’s Introduction.
2.1 Create messages
Create and send messages
You can send a message from any account for which you have permission. Valid sending
accounts include those that are configured on your computer and other accounts for
which you have been delegated permission.
See Also For information about delegating permission to accounts, see “Delegate access”
later in this section. For information about sending from alternative accounts, see “Con-
figure options for multiple accounts” in section 1.1, “Customize Outlook settings.”
In addition to the To and Cc fields, which are displayed by default in the message
composition window, you can display the From field and the Bcc field. When you display or
hide these optional message header fields in an individual message, Outlook retains the
setting for all message composition windows.
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