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Microsoft Outlook 101
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Parts of the Outlook Interface, Sending Email, Reading & Replying to Email, File Attachments, Finding & Printing Messages, Using the Drafts Folder, Backing up your Outlook Data, Email Signatures

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Comment from Juanita Watson @ 1/7/2010
I wanted to find information on Contacts. Is there another course on this?
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 7/22/2008
Verna, with Microsoft Outlook, the best you can do is click on SAVE ATTACHMENTS... and then save all of the pictures to a folder on your drive. Once there, you can open them all up by selecting all of them (CTRL-A), right-clicking, and then selecting OPEN.
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Comment from Verna Halalet @ 7/15/2008
I have a question.  When I get a message with picture attachments is there a way to open all the pictures at once or do I have to open each individually like I am.  

Also does the 599cd cover this type of problem?  If yes I would order the cd then.

Thank you.

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Comment from Richard Rost @ 5/24/2008
Loretta, check the format of the email itself. If the name is bad, perhaps something like "joe@hotmail." and nothing else, that could cause it to sit there. ALSO, you might have to open up the email again and click on the SEND button inside the email window. Outlook sometimes gets stuck on an email if it's sitting in your outbox, and then you OPEN it, and then CLOSE it again without clicking SEND. It treats it as a DRAFT copy somehow.
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Comment from Loretta Marsh @ 4/30/2008
I am Using Microsoft office 2003


I have an email in the outbox that

I am trying to send.

I hit F9 send all,  but it is still

in the outbox, comment  none  beside the email

Please assist, I need further instructions

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Comment from Richard Rost @ 4/29/2008
Loreta, make sure you have your standard toolbar on (View > Toolbars). What version of Outlook are you using?
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Comment from Loreta Marsh @ 4/23/2008
I have an email in the Microsoft outlook outbox
to be send out. But I do not  see a prompt for SEND.

I checked Tools, Action,
and there is no SEND/RECEIVE in the tool

I am new student
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