An important part of email etiquette is to include a signature in each message you send (both when you compose a message, or reply to a message.) Similar to a signature in a letter, an e-mail signature is added to the end of your message.
Here's a template for creating a basic & effective email signature:
Ever read an article on a website but were annoyed it was spread out on multiple pages, so you had to keep clicking & clicking & clicking to read the next parts? Some websites like the New York Times offer a "single page" icon, but if the website you're at doesn
You can add a comment to any cell to make your Excel spreadsheet easier to understand. This is handy any time you're sharing a spreadsheet with someone, to indicate how a complex formula works, or just to jot a note to yourself.
It's an unobtrusive way to add comments, that doesn't clutter up your spreadsheet.
When you're searching for an email message you've received from someone, it's easy to have Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 find all messages from a sender, across all your folders (Inbox, Sent Items, any folders or subfolders you've created, etc.)