You can copy text from a document, webpage or any other source and create an e-mail with a few simple steps. This can be a great timesaver. This will work in Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010.
Excel is already a powerful calculating tool, but sometimes you may want a regular calculator available to determine a value quickly. Add it to your Quick Access Toolbar for immediate access.
When sending a file/folder to another location you are usually limited in the choices you have. You can expand the amount of choices by pressing the SHIFT key.
It is easier to view and save files if your “Save As” window opens in full screen. This video applies to most Office 2007 and 2010 programs in Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7.
There is a quick and simple way to turn the Ribbon on or off in ALL Microsoft Office 2010 programs. In Outlook there is actually an icon in the top right corner of the screen. This video will show an example in Outlook 2010 and Excel 2010, but will work in Word, PowerPoint, and Publisher as well.