Outlook is an e-mail program that is able accomplish many simple tasks, such as sending and receiving e-mail. However, it also is able to perform more-advanced functions. One of the little-known features included in Outlook is its survey tool. When sending an Outlook message, you can embed voting buttons inside the email. Users can click these buttons and you will be notified of the responses.
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Double-click the "Outlook" icon on your computer, then press "Ctrl" and "N" to open a new message.
Click the "Options" tab in the "Tracking" group.
Click "Use Voting Buttons."
Click to choose the voting buttons you want to embed. The types of buttons you can use include "Approve;Reject," "Yes;No," "Yes;No;Maybe" and "Custom," which allows you to embed your own responses.
Type your message.
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