When I use my Outlook.com account via the browser rather than in Outlook, I seem to miss some basic features or I simply can’t seem to find them.
For instance, how can I Forward a message or use Reply All?
Also, I can’t seem to find the Printing option. I’ve tried printing with the printing feature from my browser, but that looks very ugly as it simply prints the entire screen.
Where can I find these commands? ► Continue to the answer
With the latest update for Outlook 2016, I noticed that I no longer have the Advanced Find feature. Is this a bug or was this an intentional change?
I regularly use Advanced Find for search queries that I can’t seem to perform via the small Search box at the top of my message list.
Is there any way to to get Advanced Find back in Outlook 2016? ► Continue to the answer
Is it possible to print the attendee list of a meeting together with the information whether they accepted the meeting and/or showed up? ► Continue to the answer
I’m using an IMAP account in Outlook 2010 and ever since I upgraded, I no longer get any new mail alerts (like a sound and the envelope icon). I used to get these alerts when I was using Outlook 2007 or previous.
How can I get new e-mail alerts for IMAP accounts to work in Outlook 2010? ► Continue to the answer
Is it also possible to cache shared mail folders in Outlook 2007 or is this limited to non-mail folders only? ► Continue to the answer
When selecting multiple calendars in Outlook 2010, it will automatically switch to Schedule View when I select 5 or more calendars. However, I’ll have to disable all the calendars again before it will return back to the normal view again.
Can I tell Outlook when it should switch to Schedule View and back again? ► Continue to the answer
I’m trying to print my calendar but the appointment times do not print for all layouts. Sometimes I see all times, sometimes only the starting times and sometimes no time at all.
How can I force Outlook to print both the beginning and the end times of my appointments? ► Continue to the answer
How can I use any of Outlook’s command-line switches when using the Click-to-Run version of Outlook 2010? ► Continue to the answer
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