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Getting started with Outlook 2010

Getting started with Office 2010 If you know Outlook 2007, used an earlier version of Outlook, or have never used Outlook before, explore these resources to begin learning how to use the latest version.

 
HOW CAN WE HELP? WHERE TO GO

I need help with a feature

Outlook 2010 includes a help system with articles, videos, and training.

In Outlook, press F1 or click Help button, type your question in the search box, and then press Enter. On the Web, see Outlook Help and How-to on Office.com.

I need to ask a question

Microsoft Answers for Outlook 2010 is free community-based support to help you find solutions and get more from Office.

Microsoft Answers for Outlook 2010

I need to contact a Microsoft support professional

If help or Microsoft Answers is unable to resolve your questions, Microsoft support professionals are available to assist by email, online, or phone. Additional charges might apply.

Contact Microsoft support

Help me do the most common tasks in Outlook 2010

Send an email message, save contact information, or track tasks that you need to complete. Learn the basics in Outlook 2010.

Basic tasks in Outlook 2010

I want to know what’s new in Outlook 2010

Find out what is new for Outlook 2010 from the last version.

What's new in Outlook 2010

Help me transition to Outlook 2010

Take an online course to learn how to use this version of Outlook and what it can do for you.

Make the switch to Outlook 2010

Where did the menus go? Help me find my commands in the ribbon.

Use an animated guide that lets you point to menus, toolbars, and commands in Outlook 2003 to see where they are in Outlook 2010.

Interactive menu to ribbon guides

Take a tour of Outlook 2010

Getting started with other Microsoft Office 2010 products

For more information about how to get started with other Microsoft Office products, see Getting Started with Microsoft Office 2010.

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