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Guest Post @ Lawyerist: Searching Microsoft Outlook with Lookeen

If you’ve ever been frustrated when attempting to search for an email you just know you received (or all the calendar items or tasks that have a particular party’s name in them, etc.), you may appreciate my latest guest post at Lawyerist. It’s a review of Lookeen (version 8), a popular search plug-in for Microsoft Outlook that not only searches Outlook .pst files (a.k.a. where all your Outlook data is stored), but can also be configured to search selected folders on your computer.

Click here to see the full review.

Software Review @ Lawyerist: Email Notes for Outlook

Have you ever wanted to add a note to an email without having to print it out and write on it? If so, you’re in luck: over at Lawyerist, I reviewed a new Microsoft Outlook plug-in called Email Notes. It’s like putting an electronic sticky note on an item in your inbox.

This piece of software is part of a new trend of developers offering ways to add functionality to Microsoft Office. Click here for a complete review of this plug-in (with screenshots) and see if it will help make Outlook work better for you.

Weekly Roundup: Printing sections, moving text blocks, turning off annoying Paste options

For this week’s Roundup: How to print a Word document by section numbers, an easier way to move text around in Microsoft Word, a few Outlook add-ins to consider, and how to turn off that incredibly annoying Paste box that pops up every time you cut and paste text:

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