14 tutorials Office 2007

In this section you will find tutorials related to Microsoft Office 2007. Office 2007 end of life support is 10/10/2017.

Office 2007 Tutorials

this is a problem I’ve seen twice on users using Outlook 2007. when an email gets open and they try to edit the email, the cursor does not work. normally closing and reopening Outlook fixes the problem, but if that’s not an option for you do this while the email editor is open. Click on “Format Text” in the top nav. then click the select “Select” in the “Editing” tab on the toolbar finally select “Select all” that should bring your cursor back.


If your Outlook 2007 runs slow when opening up, replying, creating new messages, etc, and you are wondering why? then read on, I will tell you how to speed up Outlook 2007 on this article. the first thing you need to check is the Outlook 2007 version you are using. to do that on your outlook, go to Help and then click on About Microsoft office Outlook: this is the most up to date outlook 2007 version during the time of this writing, make sure your is up to date. if your Outlook 2007 is up to date, but still slow, make sure you are not running any hidden add-ins. ITunes add up an add-in that I suspect is responsible for some of the Outlook 2007 drags.  so, if you have ITunes installed on your computer, you should definitely check…


When you install Outlook 2007 for the first time, you are asked if you want to install Microsoft Instant search. if you select yes, then you are redirected to the download page at Microsoft to download the desktop search component which is needed for the instant search feature in Outlook to work. in my opinion the instant search feature is not needed, and it actually drag the performance in Outlook, so when it prompts you at the first time you open outlook 2007 to enable instant search, you should choose NO. after you choose no, outlook docks a small yellow ribbon on top on your mailbox to remind you if you still want to install the instant search feature. to get rid of this nagging yellow ribbon, from Outlook go to Tools, and click on Options. then click on the…


Adding a RSS feed in Outlook is very easy. just follow these few steps: from Outlook go to Tools and then click on Account Settings: The account settings option will come up. click on the RSS Feed tab: Click on the New button. add the URL of the feed you want to add. click on the Add button. that should add the feed to your Outlook panel.


If you installed Microsoft office 2007, and now the computer is running slow every time you open any application word, excel, outlook, etc. then let me write up some tweaks you can do on the computer to speed it up.  I have noticed this behavior on Microsoft office 2007, and I believe it is because of updates running in the background. The first thing you need to do is check for updates for your new office suite. Microsoft centralized the update repository on the new office release, so you just need to click on the Update icon on windows XP. for Windows Vista, or Windows 7, go to control panel and check for updates on the update center option. After checking for updates, and office still runs slow, check for incompatible add-ins your office 2007 has inherited from the previous…


If you been keeping all emails in your Outlook inbox or archive folders, then probably you already found out the hard way that .PST files have size limitation. according to Microsoft the ANSI code PST format has a storage limit up to 2 GB’s, and is the default format for office 2002 and earlier versions. the UNICODE format is the default format for office 2003/2007/2010 and support up to 20 GB’s. it’s true that the newer PST file format can store up to 20 GB’s, but according to my observations .PSTs bigger than 5 GBs become a problem. Outlook crashes, freezes, slow down etc, are some of the problems you might experience with .PSTs larger than 5 GBs. for that reason you should split up large archive files into smaller ones, that way  you avoid outlook problems. So how do…


If you use Outlook for emailing then probably you have noticed that outlook periodically synchronize with the exchange server, and while synchronizing outlook becomes slow. also many times you need to click on the Send/Receive button to get new emails. outlook gives you the option to set the time when to synchronize with the server so you don’t have to do it manually. to do that, on your outlook go to Tools and go to Send/Receive then Send/Receive Settings and choose Define Send/Receive Groups… on the next screen, make sure that under Setting for group “All Accounts” Include this group in send/receive (F9) and Schedule an automatic send/receive every ____ Minutes are checked. set the minutes interval you want Outlook to synchronize with exchange server.  the default time is 30 minutes. you can also check the option to perform an…


If your work on the road, and need to have access to your outlook inbox all the time, but don’t have Internet connection on every spot, you can setup Outlook to work offline by turning on the “Cache Mode” feature. what the cache mode features does is that it let you store a copy of your outlook inbox as of the last time you connected to the exchange server, that way you can read emails, and reply to emails; outlook will send those emails the next time you connect to exchange. setting up cached exchange mode in outlook click on the Start button on your computer, and click on Control Panel, then on control panel click on Mail applet: the mail setup wizard should come up: click on E-mail accounts tab. and the E-mail accounts window should pop-up: Click on…


If you are one of those people upgrading from a palm pilot to an iphone probably you are having a hard time importing your contacts from the  palm software to the iphone. luckily there is always a way to do things, so in this article I will share some tips on how to do that. The only way to synch contacts to the iphone is by using itunes ( that’s the only way I know of) so the route we need to take is getting our contacts from the palm desktop software to Outlook and then to the iphone. some palm software have the ability to sync to outlook using software like PocketMirror etc. so that would make things simpler by just synching your itunes with Outlook.  but I guess that’s not your case, otherwise you wouldn’t be here (:-)…


To add an additional mailbox to your outlook do the following: 1. Click on Tools | Account Settings… 2. Click on Change. 3. Click on More Settings: Select the Advanced tab and then click on Add. Type the mailbox name you want to access on and click OK. Click on Apply and then OK. Now the mapped Mailbox should show up on the left panel menu on your Outlook. Note. You need to have permissions set on the mailbox you are mapping in order to access it, or the owner of he mailbox needs to setup you up as delegate.


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