Adding Webpage Shortcuts
If you visit the same web page often for information you need while writing your e-mail, it's easiest to look at that page in Outlook itself. Create a shortcut for the web page in Outlook's Shortcut list by following these steps.
- Open the web page in your browser and click on the icon to the left of its address in the address bar; drag that icon to your Windows desktop to create an Internet shortcut.
- In Outlook, open the Shortcut menu by clicking on the upward-pointing arrow on the Navigation Pane, or by pressing Ctrl-7.
- Drag your Internet shortcut from the Windows desktop to the word "Shortcuts" in the Navigation pane. Your new Outlook shortcut appears beneath Shortcuts, with its name displayed as its URL; you can give the shortcut a descriptive name by right-clicking on it and selecting Rename Shortcut.
- Whenever you click on the shortcut, the page displays in Outlook's main window. You can now delete the Internet shortcut from your Windows desktop.
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