Chapter 25. Creating and Using Templates

Working with email templates

Using other Outlook template types

Editing templates

Sharing templates

Using templates effectively

IF you use Microsoft Word frequently, you’re probably familiar with templates. These useful tools can help you quickly and easily create documents that share standard elements—for example, boilerplate text, special font and paragraph formatting, and paragraph styles.

You can also use templates in Microsoft Outlook 2013 to streamline a variety of tasks. There is nothing magical about these templates; they are simply Outlook 2013 items that you use to create other Outlook 2013 items. For example, you might create an email template for preparing a weekly status report that you send to your ...

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