How to Highlight the Emails of Specific Folders in Search Results

If you want to search emails in multiple folders, you have to search the whole mailbox. Then a deluge of relevant emails show up, which will certainly clutter the search results. In this article, we will delve into how to highlight the emails from specific folders among the search results. Actually when you put the cursor on the search results, a Tooltip which contains the email folder will arise. But it is not convenient if there are too many results. Using “Conditional Formatting” will...

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How to Copy Tables from Word to Excel

When you copy a Word table into an Excel worksheet, a single Word table cell that contains some return characters will be placed in multiple Excel cells, this article will talk about how to deal with this problem. As Excel is great at performing complex calculations, you may want to import some Word tables into an Excel worksheet. By copying table from Word directly into Excel, you can avoid the need of retyping the data. However, problem may arise if a Word table includes some line or...

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How to Start Page Numbering from a Specific Page in Your Word

There may be times when you want to start page numbering later in your Word document. Follow the method in this article if you want the actual page numbers to start later. By default, Word starts page numbers on the first page of the document. However, in some cases, if the first page is a cover page, and the second page is a table of contents or contains some preliminary information, then these pages shouldn't be labeled. Fortunately, Word gives you quite a lot of flexibility in inserting...

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