Is It Right to Back up to an Internal Hard Drive?

Some users hope to back up their computer data to its own internal hard drive. But actually, they’re still confused about whether it is right or not. This article will look at this issue and point out its pros and cons. When it comes to protecting data, one of the most effective means is regular and up-to-date data backup. For instance, if you have backed up your PST file, when it gets damaged for some reasons, you can easily recover PST data from the backed up PST file. Increasing users...

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How to Auto Check Spelling and Grammar before Sending an Outlook Email

Generally, spell check will auto run as you type. It’ll only show errors in underline of different colors. This post will teach you to let Outlook ask you if to check spelling & grammar before sending an email and auto run spell check after you confirm it. To manually check spelling and grammar when editing an email, you can switch to "Review” tab and click on the “Spelling & Grammar” button, which will display a dialog box that will list out the errors and suggestions. If...

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How to Always Open Your Email in a Custom Zoom Level with Outlook VBA

By default, Outlook email is opened in a 100% zoom level. If you desire to always open your email in a custom zoom level, such as 150 %, you can utilize the method shared in this article. Actually, in my previous article “How to Adjust Zoom Level in Outlook”, you could learn the means to adjust the zoom levels both in reading pane and in Message window. However, the methods introduced in that article can’t make the custom zoom level fixed, namely staying permanent. It’ll auto return...

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