Getting the most out of Outlook Signatures

By at 6 February, 2007, 12:49 pm

Hello (from not so sunny Miami) and the ABA Mid-Year meeting. I am currently attending the Practice Management Advisors Retreat sharing information and learning new ways to help members.

I’ve picked up a few new ideas and I was able to share the following MS Outlook tip with them (I was surprised to find that many hadn’t thought of using this feature themselves):

Do you have several multi-paragraph e-mails that you send out often? Save the text as a signature in Outlook. Then the next time you want to send out this text, just do Insert Signature and select the name of the signature file. It is just like using a macro or autotext within an e-mail.

Categories : Hmmm! | Non-Legal Software | Tips and Tricks

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La Fantasma February 6, 2007

You can do that in Eudora, too.

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