Re: Saving Email Messages in Outlook 2016
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Another way is to press F12, tab once and rename your doc and tab to the save as or save all attachments, if there’s more then one attachment you want to save.
The file will save in the this PC/my computer.
the file will store in the document folder in this PC menu.
OR, whereever, you save your work.
Now, you can re-edit the doc and move it.
Also, you can forward the file back to yourself and re-edit, whatever you desire and send it out. When you receive the file back you can save it.
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These are great alternative instructions, and I will definitely try them out!
Thanks for sending them along!
One question I have is this: Lately, I have been saving more and more messages in .msg format. I find that this is useful if you have links in a message that need to be accessed. However, when you do this, you loose the ability to edit the message in any way if you want to add a clarifying note of some kind.
If anyone has additional thoughts on this matter, please post.
I have an alternative method that uses most of your steps but that has a big advantage.
First, instead of keeping the message open, close it with escape and place focus against it in the message list.
Press alt-f for file, then a for “save as.”
In the initial field, type not only the name you want for the document, but also the path beginning with c:\ (assuming you’re saving it to the hard drive).
Now, as in your instructions, tab once to the file format list and arrow up or down to the format you want. I typically select .TXT.
Tab to save and press spacebar.
What is the advantage of this procedure? If you want to create a single text file for all the messages, say, in a folder, you can do so by first pressing control-a for “all.” Then the “alt-f, a” (for “save as”) will include all the messages you want saved into that single file.
To elaborate a little, suppose you don’t want to include all the messages in a file folder in that single text file, but only some. I create a new Outlook folder, then move the messages I want into that folder. Now I move focus to the new folder, press control-a, and continue from there.
Copying a series of messages into a single text file can be very useful. True, you’re stuck with all the headers, which is when your MS Word editing skills come into play.
When an e-mail message you want to save is open, go to the file menu in Outlook, and arrow down to the Save As option.
When there, hit enter, and you will be put into the file name field.
Tab once, and you should find a file types option, where you can specify what format to save the file in.
I usually do either a .msg format, or a simple .txt format.
Then, go to your folder and file list tree view, and specify where you would like the file to go.
I’m sure there are other ways to do this, but this is the process that works best for me.
Hi all. Can anybody give me simple instructions on how to do this? I can save attachments but don’t know the steps vfor saving messages outside the acturl program itself – say, in Documents.
Thanks, in advance, for any assistance.