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Outlook and RSS: Internet information delivered to your Mailbox

To see the animation, click Play.

Suppose you're surfing the Internet and you see a button indicating that an RSS Feed exists. If you're using Windows Internet Explorer 7, seeing what the RSS Feed contains is as easy as clicking the RSS button on the Web page.

If you like what you see and you want to get more, that's easy too: Simply click Subscribe to this feed. That's it, two clicks and you're done. What about Outlook? You just did that. Your subscription is good in Outlook 2007 too.

To see an animated example of the steps in Internet Explorer 7, click Play.

Subscribe from other Web browsers

Not using Internet Explorer 7? You'll need to take a few extra steps, but they too are easy. You'll start by right-clicking the RSS button or link and then clicking Copy Shortcut as we've shown below.

Menu after right-click on link in Web page, with Copy Shortcut command selected

You'll see the other steps in the practice (and they're also in the Quick Reference Card at the end of this course).

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