The copy / paste: who does not practice it almost addictive, all software combined? In the first two articles of this series of 3, we have presented you alternative and more efficient techniques, applicable to Word and Excel .
This article describes the tools that can be used in Outlook ; and more precisely how:
- store and reuse content elements of emails in e-mail,
- integrate in a text of e – mail a graph, a table, an image, in short all or part of a screen.
This series of 3 articles describes the techniques to be implemented:
- With Word for:
- Recover all or part of one document in another,
- Have comments / conclusions regarding Excel data by avoiding the management of 2 files.
- With Excel for:
- Copy a sheet either within a workbook or from one workbook to another,
- Copy a graphic in a PowerPoint slide either as a picture or with tracking changes.
- With Outlook for:
- Having available reusable elements of emails in e-mail,
- Copy any part of a screen, regardless of its source, into the body of an email.
The screenshots and videos of these items were made with the 2016 version of the Office Pack in Windows environment 10 . So there may be some differences with your own screens.
In this third article, we will discuss the part dedicated to Outlook .
1 – Outlook – Save content that you often use
Save a building block
- Start creating a new email
- Select text
- Tab: INSERT
- Group: TEXT
- Button: QUICKPART
- Command: Save the selection in the QuickPart Component Gallery
- Give a name to this building block and complete the options in the dialog box
- Click OK