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Nov 26, 2014
1. RE: Keyboard Shortcut Quick Parts Selection Kay Klosowski
2. RE: Keyboard Shortcut Quick Parts Selection Christa Vincent
3. RE: Looking for an HTML Program Christa Vincent
4. RE: Looking for an HTML Program Christa Vincent
5. RE: Looking for an HTML Program Jeana Walz
Nov 25, 2014
6. RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox Erica Gutierrez
7. Looking for an HTML Program Andrea Spry
Nov 24, 2014
8. RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox Carol Rice
9. RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox Cynthia Hall
10. RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox Cynthia Hall


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RE: Keyboard Shortcut Quick Parts Selection
From: Kay Klosowski
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Nov 26, 2014 1:26 PM
Subject: RE: Keyboard Shortcut Quick Parts Selection
Message:
In Word 2010, you can highlight the text in a document, then click on "Quick Parts" in the "Insert Tab" and then select "Auto Text" from the drop down list.  You should see the option to "Save Selection to Auto Text Gallery". 

When you do this, any time you begin to type the first couple of words, a box will "pop up" above your text that instructs you to "Press Enter to Insert" and it will insert the text for you.  If you don't want the full text inserted, just continue typing as usual and nothing will be inserted automatically.

Let me know if this works for you.

Kay
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Kay Klosowski
Budget & Finance Assistant
Allendale, MI
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RE: Keyboard Shortcut Quick Parts Selection
From: Christa Vincent
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Nov 26, 2014 1:04 PM
Subject: RE: Keyboard Shortcut Quick Parts Selection
Message:
Bummer, I'm using 2007 and Denise's instructions do not seem to work for this version.  Does anyone know how to do same in 2007? I would love to have a shortcut for this as well.  We use it here as well. Maybe I can write a macro for it.

Thanks!

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Christa Vincent, CAP
Executive Administrator
Houston, TX

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RE: Looking for an HTML Program
From: Christa Vincent
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Nov 26, 2014 12:49 PM
Subject: RE: Looking for an HTML Program
Message:
Have you tried converting to Adobe PDF then doing a Save As HTML (Arcrobat has two HTML formatting options)?

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Christa Vincent, CAP
Executive Administrator
Houston, TX

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RE: Looking for an HTML Program
From: Christa Vincent
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Nov 26, 2014 12:46 PM
Subject: RE: Looking for an HTML Program
Message:
Have you tried using Word itself to save the document into HTML format by doing a "Save As Web Page (.htm, *html) or "Save As Web Page, Filtered (*.htm, *.html)"?

What program did you use that did NOT work?

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Christa Vincent, CAP
Executive Administrator
Houston, TX

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RE: Looking for an HTML Program
From: Jeana Walz
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Nov 26, 2014 10:17 AM
Subject: RE: Looking for an HTML Program
Message:
Andrea,
You will need to find someone that knows HTML coding.

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Jeana Walz, CAP
Executive Assistant
Truman Medical Centers
Kansas City, MO
The Cutting Edge Virtual Chapter

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RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox
From: Erica Gutierrez
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Nov 25, 2014 4:05 PM
Subject: RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox
Message:
Hi, MaryAnn:

Sounds like the In Folder field is not in your current view.  

Right-click on the header of your search location (Inbox, Sent, Deleted, etc.)
Select Field Chooser
Click the drop-down menu and select All Mail fields
Select and drag the field In Folder to the desired column in your mailbox.
Click X in the right corner of the Field Chooser box to exit.

Hope this helps.

Erica

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Erica Gutierrez, CAP-OM
Senior Executive Assistant
Shutterfly, Inc.
Redwood City, CA

President, El Camino Chapter
San Francisco Bay Area






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Looking for an HTML Program
From: Andrea Spry
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Nov 25, 2014 8:55 AM
Subject: Looking for an HTML Program
Message:
This message has been cross posted to the following eGroups: Computer Tech Tips and General IAAP Discussion .
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Our PT accreditation body requires Word documents to be uploaded in HTML format to the accrediting platform. What we are currently using does not retain formatting for tables and numbered lists. Would appreciate any suggestions.

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Andrea Spry
Executive Assistant
Orlando, FL

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RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox
From: Carol Rice
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Nov 24, 2014 9:27 AM
Subject: RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox
Message:
Hello MaryAnn,
You are probably using the reading pane to preview your emails.  If  you just narrow the reading pane ever so slightly (or turn it off), you will see the respective folders,
Best regards,
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Carol D. Rice MCT, MOS Master Instructor
President - BurlOak Bay Chapter
Burlington ON

Essentials Computer Training
905-520-7902
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RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox
From: Cynthia Hall
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Nov 24, 2014 8:39 AM
Subject: RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox
Message:
Sorry for the double post - i just reread that you are in Office 2013. What I suggested works in 2010, though I believe it should be very similar in function in 2013. If it's not, my apologies. I don't see a way to retract my original post.

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RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox
From: Cynthia Hall
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Nov 24, 2014 8:35 AM
Subject: RE: Outlook 2013 - Search Current Mailbox
Message:
Hello!

If you try searching by keyword in your inbox, it's only going to show those items that are in your inbox with that key word. However, if you click on the link below (try searching again in All Mail Items), it's going to search your entire inbox and all subfolders.


At this point, you'll see the In Folder field pop up that shows you what folder the e-mail that contains that key word is in.



Is this what you are looking for?

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Cynthia Hall
Project Coordinator
QED Systems, LLC
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