3 Quick Ways to Select the Current Page in Your Word Document

In this post, we are excited to present you 3 quick ways to select the current page in your Word document. Now and then, you will probably find yourself in the need of selecting the current page as to copy or extract the contents. Normally, we would place cursor at the start of the page and hold down the left-click to select the whole page. But you have to admit that this method doesn’t work well all the time, since errors can occur. While it’s not rocket science to do the job, you can...

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How to Schedule Specific Outlook Rules to Run at a Specific Time

After you create some Outlook rules, if you do not want to run them now but hope to start them at a specific time, you can apply the approach introduced in this article. When you finish composing an Outlook rule, you will be required to choose if to “run this rule now”. If you enable it, the rule will start to run and keep working all the time as long as your Outlook is running. But if you do not enable it, you need to run this rule manually. However, many users actually desire that...

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How to Batch Save All the Attachments in a Specific Conversation with Outlook VBA

If you want to extract and save all the email attachments in a specific conversation, you can use the method introduced in this article, which will help you achieve it in quick time with Outlook VBA. It is inevitable that your mailbox in Outlook must contain multiple conversations. An email conversation refers to an email thread, which includes the original mail, forwarding mails as well as replies. Therefore, the emails in one conversation are interrelated. Perhaps they are involved with an...

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