Microsoft Outlook 2003
Video! Addressing Tricks (Turn your speakers on)
When addressing a new email in Outlook there are some quick tricks that will save you time if the people you wish to send your email to are already in your Outlook Contacts' list.
Rather than using Outlook's Address Book, try this:
It gets better....
If you are addressing an email to several people, you can use the above trick, separating each entry with a semicolon (this thing ;). For example, to send to John Smith, Bob Jones, and Sue Weatherstone, just type JO sm;bo JO;su we then press Ctrl + K click on the Check Names button .
Why two characters for first and last name?
You actually might find the right person with less, it depends how many entries you have in your Address Book. If you only have a few, you might find John Smith by typing JO or j s or just john.
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