Creating and Customizing Quick Steps in Outlook 2010 (Houston IT Consultant)

by Yehuda Cagen 16. March 2011 08:12


Quick Steps are easy-to-use one-click buttons which perform multiple actions at once. If you file your mail, they can be a life saver – one click and that conversation is filed away and marked as read. If you send e-mail to the same people over and over – one click and you have a new email to your team. As your work style in Outlook changes, you can configure Quick Steps to work the way you do.


Houston IT Consulting expert, Cheryl Smith, shares her insights on the “Quick Step” one of the improved features of Outlook 2010.


What is a quick step? It is a 1-click button which performs multiple actions saving you time and increasing productivity.


If you like to file your emails to folders, create a Move to Folder ‘Quick Step’ in two easy steps.


1. Name the folder

2. Choose the folder



Do you email the same person or group of people all the time? Set up a Sent-to Email ‘Quick Step’.


1. Place recipient name in designated area 2. Choose their email address from your address book or type email address Finish Forward, Flag and Categorize emails quickly by setting up these quick steps as well and more with the custom option.


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