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Find Outlook messages quickly with an All Mail search folder

Storing messages in folders makes email easy to organize and manage, but it can hamper searching. To look through all your messages at once, create a custom search folder. Read more

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10 tips for working with dates in Microsoft Access

Handling dates in Access is often a little tricky and nonintuitive. These tips will help you avoid the most common date-related headaches. Read more

Save changes to all open Word documents at one time

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