Do you type the same words in each email’s subject line? 12 December 2017

You can autofill the subject line with Quick Steps in Outlook

If you are using Outlook 2010 or later and haven’t discovered how “Quick Steps” can save you time, wait no longer! Quick Steps applies multiple actions at the same time to email messages. This helps you quickly manage your mailbox.

This method will guide you to customize a quick step that can create a new email message and automatically fill out its subject line with specified text:

  1. Go to the Mail view, and click the Create New in the Quick Steps box on the Home tab.


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2. In the popping up Edit Quick Step dialog box ..

  • a. Enter a new name for your customizing quick step in the Name: box, for example enter [SEC=UNOFFICIAL];
  • b. Click the Choose an Action box and select the New Message in the Respond section from the drop down list.

    3. Click the text of Show Options below the To box to expand the preset message options, enter your preset subject [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]in the Subject box, and click the Finish button.

    You have customized a quick part about creating a new message with preset subject[SEC=UNOFFICIAL]. And you can apply this quick part easily with a click.

    1.  Apply the new created quick part with clicking its name [SEC=UNOFFICIAL] in the Quick Steps box on the Home tab.

    Then it creates a new email message, and automatically fills out the subject line with the text you preset in Step 3.


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