Microsoft Outlook 2011 is a Cocoa application. The new architecture in Outlook allows for the integration of a number of standard MacOS X resources, which includes the Font Dialog you might be familiar with from other applications like TextEdit. Today we’re going to learn how to manage the font list in Outlook using MacOSX Font Dialog window.
Outlook’s font drop down list is composed of two parts. Default fonts are listed on top with recently . . .
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Is Outlook for Mac a clone of Outlook for Windows? Will Outlook for Mac be able to use the available Plugins you can get for Outlook? Will I be able to manage numbering sequences as I like – with spacing between points and grabbing previous number sequences or changing numbering types like from 1,2,3 to a,b,c? Will I be able to highlight certain texts? Will I be able to bring up the ruler and . . .
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Word for Mac 2011 bring big changes. VBA is back! Word 2011 is more like it’s Window’s counterpart than ever before. The ribbon is a big change, but users are finding that once they get used to the new feature they are more productive. Word 2011 includes improved collaboration tools that supports Microsoft SharePoint, SkyDrive, simultaneous document editing and Microsoft’s Information Rights Management (IRM) tools. Definitely a recommended upgrade.
Office 2011: Word FAQ Macworld posts . . .
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The folder window is the left most column in Entourage. New in Entourage 2008, your default account will be listed at the top of the window. In previous versions, folders “On My Computer” (for POP accounts) was always on top followed by IMAP and Exchange accounts. If you use an Exchange or IMAP account as your default account, the folders “On My Computer” will drop to the bottom right above Mail Views. Mail Views position . . .
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