How to Quickly Highlight All Table Cells Containing Specific Text in Outlook Email

If you need to quickly find out and highlight the table cells containing the specific text in an email, you can use the method shared in this article. As we all know, to highlight the specific text in an Outlook email, we can simply use the "Find & Replace" feature. However, what to do if you want to highlight the table cells containing the specific text? In that instance, you've limited the search scope to the tables only instead of the whole email body. Also, it aims to highlight the...

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2 Quick Methods to Search Selected Text on Internet in Your Outlook Email

At times, when composing or reading an email in Outlook, you may want to search a specific text on Internet. In this scenario, you can use the 2 methods introduced in this post. For instance, when you are reading a received email and confused about a special term in the body, you may want to figure it out by searching on Internet. In this case, you can use either of the following 2 means. The former is to make use of built-in "Research" feature. However, it only supports you to search on...

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How to Fix Inactive Connections to Your Primary Replica in SQL Server

You might have added databases to your always-on group. When you use multi-subnet cluster and set up SQL Server Always On, you might receive an error message stating that the connection to your primary is inactive. In this article, we will learn how to fix that and synchronize databases participating in Always On. Using Wizard or script SQL Server always-on availability group can be created using the new availability group wizard or a TSQL script. One common reason that the action might fail...

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