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 16 Jul 2013

Useful features that stripped from MS Outlook 2013



To summarise:
I have been using MS Excel, MS Word, MS Access from the very earlier versions (Windows 3.0). Fort that time they created great software, very handy and easy for use.

Every time Microsoft 'upgrades', the most of the users feel aggravated. They discard useful stuff, add a lot of useless features. New versions are more and more complicated instead of being simplified.
I noticed that now in Word or Excel 2010 I usually spend much longer time for the very basic tasks which I performed in the earlier versions just in few clicks.

Why does Windows XP and Office 2003/2007 continue to have such a wide usage? And all the latest versions of Windows (Vista, 7, 8) are being criticised by the majority of the users.

Anyway, let’s see what Microsoft changed in the latest version of Outlook.

It seems that Outlook 2013 have lost more features and options than any other Office application.

Meeting workspace

The Meeting workspace feature isn’t available in Outlook 2013. This workspace (a web site) stores information, such as attendees, date, time, and location, that you might need for meetings. You can’t add it to the Quick Access Toolbar either. I don’t think it will be missed much.

Right-click Lookup

When reading email in earlier versions, you have right-click access to dictionary and thesaurus entries. Simply right-click the word, choose Lookup, and Outlook shows a list of definitions in the Research pane.

Although the definitions are still available, but it’ll take a bit more work:

Click inside the message body.
Click the Review tab.
In the Proofing group, click Research.
Press [Alt] and then click the word you want to look up. To look up a phrase, select the words and then press [Alt] and click the selected phrase. Or just type a word or phrase in the Search For control and then click Start Searching.

So instead of one click, the users have to perform several steps.

Right-click AutoCorrect

In the earlier versions of Outlook with a simple right-click, you can add a misspelled word and its correct version to the AutoCorrect list. You can’t do this in Outlook 2013 — and users are upset about it. AutoCorrect is still available, but you’ll have to enter items manually. You can still use the right-click access to add unrecognized words to the Dictionary.

Import/Export formats reduced

Older versions let you import and export many file formats. Outlook 2013 limits you to comma-delimited data and .pst (Outlook’s data file format). Exporting probably isn’t a huge issue, as almost all applications import comma-delimited data. The problem will be importing, because you can’t always control the format. I suspect a number of third-party products will quickly hit the market.

Outlook Mobile Service (OMS)

Using Outlook 2010’s OMS, you can communicate with mobile devices. Outlook 2013 doesn’t support this feature, which hurts me a bit. Using Outlook this way has been a convenience for me. It’s another opportunity for a third-party product.

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