2 Means to Batch Resize All Tables to Fit Contents or Window in Your Outlook Email

When composing an email that contains a lot of tables in message body, if you want to batch resize all tables to fit contents or current window, you can utilize the methods shared in this article. After creating several tables in an email, so as to make the email contents aligned and orderly, you may hope to resize all the tables to fit the contents or the current message window. In this case, if there are only two or three tables, you can just use the in-built "AutoFit" table feature to...

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How to Quickly Jump to a Contact’s Birthday in Outlook Calendar

When checking a contact's birthday, sometimes you may want to quickly jump to the date in calendar to check the schedule on that date. Now, this article will tell you how to get it in quick time. To jump to a specific date in calendar, you can press "Ctrl + G" key shortcut. It will display the "Go To Date" small dialog box. In it, you can input the specific date, as shown in the following screenshot. Thus, if you want to jump to a contact's birthday, by this means, you have to firstly write...

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2 Ways to Auto Assign a Specific Color Category to the Outlook Tasks Sent to Others

If you wish Outlook to auto assign a specific color category to the tasks which have been sent to others, you can read this post. Here we'll expose 2 methods to you. To classify Outlook items, one of the most common ways is using color categories. For example, in order to more easily distinguish own tasks from the tasks owned by others, many users are accustomed to assigning a specific category to the tasks sent to the other persons. In this situation, it is a good idea to make Outlook auto...

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