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How to Create a Custom Journal Entry Type in Outlook

Do you know that Outlook has the Journal feature, which enables us to keep diary? By default, it has offered us some common entry types, such as “phone call”, “task” and “meeting”, etc. This article will teach you to create a custom journal entry type, like “Shopping”. Apart from Email, Calendar, Task, Outlook has a good feature called “Journal”, which permits us to keep personal diary in Outlook. When you enable all the folders shown by “Ctrl + 6”, you will be able...

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How to Install Exchange Server 2010 in Your Organization

In this article, we are going to see how to install Exchange Server 2010 on Windows Server 2008 R2 step by step. It covers all the pre-requisites, installation and will act as a ready reckoner for your future use. Introduction: In the previous article, we have seen the different roles and their functionalities in Exchange Server 2010. Now we are going to see how to install it. I am assuming you have an existing active directory. If you are new to AD concepts, I strongly recommend you to read...

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4 Ways to Set Text or Number as Superscript or Subscript in Your Word Document

This article is going to show you 4 ways to get superscript or subscript text or numbers in your Word document. Now and then, when working on a Word document, you are very likely to type some formulas, exponents, or footnote indicators. And most of time, these numbers and letters are of a smaller size of the usual font. We call them superscripts and subscripts. As a matter of fact, the content below is to demonstrate you 4 different tips to create them. Method 1: Use “Font”...

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