Archive for the ‘Outlook 2010’ Category


No Icons in Outlook

Dear Computer Lady, I have a question. I have no problems with my computer except when I open Outlook, I have no pictures or arrows to click on to open them. The text is fine, but I have no photos with the stories. Can you help? Terry

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Printing Contacts in Outlook

Dear Computer Lady, I enjoy your column. I have Outlook 2010 and Windows 7. I would like to print out my addresses/data in Outlook and don’t know how. I like to have a hard copy in case something happens I used to be able to do this with Palm Pilot. Periodically I would print out […]

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Outlook Mail Error Fix

Dear Computer Lady, Evidently my files for Outlook has finally hit their max capacity or it just doesn’t want to work anymore. I have Vista Ultimate and Outlook has stopped functioning correctly. If I am quick when I open it I can manage to delete maybe 2 or three emails but after that I get […]

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Formatting Messages In Outlook 2010

Hi Elizabeth, I am using Outlook 2010 with Windows 7. Many times I receive an email from someone’s ipad (or their phones) and it’s in plain text. When I reply, I can only reply in plain text, not HTML. How can I reply in HTML? ( I like to bold letters, use my signature, etc.) […]

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How To Sync iPhone & Outlook

Dear Computer Lady, Hello, I enjoy reading your newsletter and I’ve been struggling with trying to get my work outlook appointments into my iphone’s calendar so I don’t miss any appts. I cannot access itunes at work (its blocked) to do a sync … any other ways around this? I use Hotmail for my personal […]

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Desktop Alert Settings

Dear Computer Lady, In Outlook 2010 how do I get the email notification to stay on my desktop longer than 30 seconds? Actually to have it stay on until I read the email would be great! Thanks for your help, Guy

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Adding A Signature File in Outlook 2010

Dear Computer Lady, I have Windows Outlook 2010 and I would like to know how to put my signature at the end of each email without having to type it one at a time. Thanks Valerie

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