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Manage email messages by using rules
Article Stay organized in the Outlook desktop program by creating rules that automatically act on an arriving or sent message that meets the conditions you specify.
Outlook 2010
Restore deleted items in Outlook
Article Restore messages, appointments, tasks, contacts, and notes, even after the Deleted Items folder is emptied or if you "hard deleted" (Shift+Delete) the item.
Outlook 2010
Add a PDF to your Office file
Article Learn how to insert a PDF file as an object into your Office file.
Excel 2013, OneNote 2013...
My Outlook Data File (.pst) password doesn’t work
Article Passwords are case sensitive and cannot be reset or recovered if lost.
Outlook 2010
Remove or uninstall Office 2010 Trial
Article Follow these steps to uninstall or remove a trial version of Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 , Office Home and Business 2010 , or Office Professional 201...
Access 2010, Excel 2010...
Group or ungroup email messages in your Inbox
Article Group and sort messages in Outlook 2010 folders by Outlook fields such as date, sender, subject, attachments, or flags.
Outlook 2010
Empty the Junk E-mail Folder
Article Save space by emptying the Junk E-mail folder.
Outlook 2010
Automatically move or delete older items with AutoArchive
Article Increase free space in your account by automatically deleting older messages or moving items that you want to keep but rarely use to an archive data file.
Outlook 2010
Set a password to help protect your Outlook information
Article A password adds protection to the information contained in your Outlook Data File (.pst).
Outlook 2010
Mark e-mail messages as read or unread
Article Change messages between read and unread which also changes whether the message header appears bold in the message list.
Outlook 2010
Archive items manually
Article Archive older Outlook 2010 items at any time to reduce the size of your Outlook Data File.
Outlook 2010
Create an Outlook Data File (.pst) to save your information
Article Create Outlook Data Files (.pst) on your computer to save Outlook items by account, project, or to archive older items.
Outlook 2010
Find messages or items with a Search Folder
Article Create Search Folders to find messages across folders, based on their content or some other significant attribute (such as who they're from).
Outlook 2010
Empty the Deleted Items folder
Article Remove items from the Delete Items folder automatically or manually.
Outlook 2010
Change the program that opens a file
Article Change the file type opened by Windows when you double-click a file.
Access 2013, Excel 2013...
Find a message or item with Instant Search
Article Find Outlook 2010 email messages or the text within them, search by attachments, flagged items, or properties.
Outlook 2010
AutoArchive settings explained
Article Learn where AutoArchive moves items and other options that control how AutoArchive works.
Outlook 2010
Change the data file where content is saved
Article Select a different a Outlook Data File (.pst) to save your Outlook items.
Outlook 2010
Open and find items in an archive Outlook Data File (.pst)
Article Archive items are saved in an Outlook Data File (.pst) that you can open and review as well as import or copy back into your Outlook Data File and folders.
Outlook 2010
Open, change, or close Outlook data files
Article Open and close Outlook Data Files (.pst) that contain copies, archives, or backups of your Outlook information.
Outlook 2010
Reduce the size of Outlook Data Files (.pst and .ost)
Article In addition to deleting items, compacting your Outlook Data File helps to reduce the file size.
Outlook 2010
Restore deleted items in Outlook
Article You accidentally deleted mail. Need to undelete? Restore messages, appointments, tasks, contacts, and notes, even after the Deleted Items folder is emptied or i...
Outlook 2013
Manage email messages by using rules
Article Stay organized in the Outlook desktop program by creating rules that automatically act on an arriving or sent message that meets the conditions you specify.
Outlook 2013
Change the data file where content is saved
Article Select a different a Outlook Data File (.pst) to save your Outlook items.
Outlook 2013
Create an Outlook Data File (.pst) to save your information
Article Create Outlook Data Files (.pst) on your computer to save Outlook items by account, project, or to archive older items.
Outlook 2013
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