Monday, June 3, 2013

Steps To Setup Mailboxes In Outlook

Setting up mailboxes on Outlook is quite simple. All you need to have is the port number; the server type details etc. Follow the guidelines formulated by the Outlook support team to set up mailboxes.

Email help instructions

As the first step, launch Microsoft Outlook. You may launch the application by using the application's shortcut on your Desktop or taskbar or by locating the same in the Start menu pop labeled under the All Programs list.
To launch the application, click on the shortcut (desktop link) or the plug-in placed on the taskbar. Now to launch the application from the Start menu, click on the Windows orb placed on the bottom left end of the home screen. Alternatively, you may launch the Start menu using the keyboard shortcut key.
Select the All Programs label from the Start menu pop up. The All Programs menu will list down all the programs and applications installed on the system. From the All Programs submenu, select the label that reads Microsoft Outlook.  
Click on the Tools label, placed on the menu bar on top. From the Tools dropdown, select the Accounts or E-mail accounts label. If you are using the Outlook 2003 version, you will find the Accounts label in the Tools dropdown and if you are using the 2007 or 2010 version, you will have the E-mail accounts label.
Click on the label to add a new email account in the Accounts or E-mail accounts label, depending on the version that you are running.
Type the necessary details into the email account information window. Select the server type for your email account. You may choose Exchange, POP and IMAP for the same.
If you have chosen POP and IMAP account types, you would be asked to enter your name, email address, password and the incoming and outgoing server information. For configuring Exchange accounts on Microsoft Outlook, you will have to enter your profile name and email address. You may also be prompted to enter your username and password at the time of auto-configuration process.
If you require more additional configuration settings details, click on the more settings label. Your server may ask you to provide authentication for the outgoing SMTP server. You may also be asked to change your port numbers for the incoming and outgoing servers.

Following the Email help instructions mentioned above will help you fix the errors. For more assistance on how to set up mailboxes in Outlook, contact our helpdesk. 

Managing Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word allows the users to add, delete and modify pages with ease. The software features many page management tools that allow the user to add or delete the contents. Follow the instructions briefed below to manage Word files on your computer.

Microsoft help instructions to insert page

Open the Word file that you want to edit.
Scroll down the blank page. You may use the mouse scroll wheel or the Navigation arrow keys to move down the page.
Click within the document where you want to insert a new page.
Click on the Insert label placed on the quick access toolbar.
From the Insert menu, select the Blank Page option.
Now click on the Home label in the Paragraph group. Hit the Show/Hide button and check whether the page breaks are inserted correctly or not.

Delete a Page

To delete a single blank page, click on the label that reads Home in the Editing group. Now select the Show/Hide button, which looks similar to the paragraph symbol, to see all of the document's characters. Highlight a section and click on the page break option. Hit the Delete to delete a single blank page.
Click within the document containing the contents to be deleted. Click on the label that reads Home in the Editing group. Now click on the arrow located next to the label, Find. Click on the Go To label and enter the page number into the box labeled page number. Hit the Go To label once again and click the Close button. Now press the Delete option to delete the file.
Drag and select the paragraph at the end of the document. You may also use the keyboard shortcut, Shift + navigation arrow keys to select the paragraph to be deleted. Hit the Delete option on the keyboard to delete the selection.

Removing a page

Open the Word file to be edited.
Scroll down the blank page. You may use the mouse scroll wheel or the Navigation arrow keys to move down the page.
Now place the cursor on the blank page. Make sure that you keep the cursor at the bottom of the page.
Hit the Backspace key repeatedly until the blank page disappears.
Click on the File label. From the dropdown, select the Save or the Save As option to save the file and the changes made.

Following the steps briefed above will help you insert, delete and modify an existing page. For more on the same, drop into our Microsoft help and support blogs.