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Microsoft Windows OS remains the most used desktop OS by a mile with over 70% of the share market. With such a high amount of users, it is not surprising that the OS’s free personal email service – MS Outlook – is used by hundreds of millions of people, a majority of these being business organizations and companies.

Add entries to the AutoComplete list

The AutoComplete list is updated automatically after sending an email (see more about AutoComplete feature). To make it easier to work in Outlook, you can add useful email addresses to your AutoComplete list without sending emails.

Remove entries from the AutoComplete list

By default, Outlook uses the AutoComplete list to suggest email addresses. If the AutoComplete feature is not disabled in Outlook (see how to turn it off), the AutoComplete list is updated automatically after sending an email. From time to time, people make mistakes when entering addresses or receive incorrect addresses for use.

How to turn on or turn off AutoComplete

The AutoComplete feature generates an AutoComplete list, also known as the nickname cache. This list is generated automatically after sending email messages from Outlook:

How to turn off AutoCorrect for the original message text

Time to time, when you send an email, you need to keep the text of the previous messages intact. E.g., if you use AutoCorrect in Outlook to check errors before sending any message, but you need to keep original text without any changes.

How to reply quickly using AutoText in Outlook

It is polite to reply to every received message, even if you don't have a time to process the message. To create a rule to reply for messages, see How to auto respond for some messages.
Sometimes you can't create a rule for some incoming messages because of unusual subjects, etc. So, you need to answer very quickly and work with messages later.

How to reduce the size of attached pictures

When you send pictures as attachments in Outlook, you can have some issues with size of your email. Some mail servers have strict limits for incoming and outgoing messages.
The best way to send pictures or any other large files is to share them on external resource such as DropBox, or Google Drive, and send a link, but even in Outlook you can try to reduce the size of the picture attachment.

Simplifying tasks using Quick Steps

Some Outlook actions take multiple steps to complete, such as the process of replying to a message and then deleting it, or to forward some e-mails to a boss. This tip is how to simplify some routines using Quick Steps.

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