When you’re in Outlook and need to look up a Contact, here is another option that saves a click or two.
Add “Find a Contact” to your Outlook Quick Access Toolbar, to enable you to look up someone’s details without having to go into Contacts and search.
The Quick Access Toolbar is located just above or below the File menu in the top left corner of the Outlook window (and every other Microsoft Office program). You can add command buttons to it or remove them from it at any time.
1. Click the drop-down arrow at the end of the Quick Access Toolbar, and select Find a Contact to add it to the Quick Access Toolbar.
– a field is added to the Quick Access Toolbar, containing the prompt Search People.
2. Click the search text Search People and type the name of the person you wish to look up.
– Staff with that name display.
3. Click the name of the person you are searching for.
– a Contact card displays showing all their Contact details.
Note: you can click the details shown in blue on the contact card to contact them directly from there, eg, click their email address to create a new email message addressed to them; or click their phone number to call them.
Thanks go to Karen Mather for this one.
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Asbestos Awareness Seminar – 10 November (2 hours)
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H&S Planning for Managers – 10 November (4 hours)
Approved Handlers Refresher – 11 November (3 hours)
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Looking for something fun to do with the family this weekend? UC Engineering and Science will be participating in the Big Science Day this Saturday.
The event, run by Science Alive, is for anyone with an interest in science and technology, so bring the family out to see some of our cool toys!
We will be showcasing the amazing innovation that can be found at UC, including a rocket, electric go-kart, the Formula SAE car, robots and drones. HITLabNZ will be there with their robots, and we will also be hosting an interactive chemistry show. The event is meant to inspire kids and highlight career paths in engineering and science.
Other displays include Martin Jetpack, Electric Vehicles and an opportunity to build your own water rocket. The event will be held in Cathedral Square from 10am – 4pm .
A reading from Patrick Evans’ new novel ‘The Back of His Head’- Professor Patrick Evans (English)
-A Canterbury School of Continental Philosophy (CSCP) Seminar
Raymond Thomas Lawrence was one of the great literary colossi to bestride the twentieth century. He turned his upbringing in conservative Canterbury and participation in the Algerian War of Independence into a series of novels that dazzled the world, and eventually won him the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Seven years after Lawrence’s death, however, the four trustees of the literary trust set up to memorialise New Zealand’s greatest writer are facing rising costs and dwindling visitor numbers at the Residence. While fending off a self-appointed biographer, they find themselves confronting the secrets of their own intimate relationships with The Master. Read more…
All staff and students welcome.
Date: Friday 30 October 2015, 11:00AM to 30 October 2015, 12:00PM
Location: Room 252, Psychology / Sociology Building, university of Canterbury Ilam Campus
Hot Air – The politics of climate change in New Zealand: Film Screening and Panel Discussion
Date: Tuesday 10 November 2015, 07:00PM to 10 November 2015, 09:00PM
Location: C1 Lecture Theatre, University of Canterbury Ilam Campus
In the build up to the climate talks in Paris, UC Department of Political Science & International Relations is proud to host a screening of the documentary film Hot Air followed by a discussion with director Alister Barry who is joined by a panel of speakers reflecting on the path to Paris, issues for New Zealand and the world.
During the summer of 1988 temperatures soared across America causing widespread droughts. Climate change was now on the world’s political agenda and New Zealand promised to do its share to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
HOT AIR is the story of twenty years of political struggle between politicians, scientists and activists wanting to reduce New Zealand’s emissions, and corporate leaders and their lobbyists working to protect profits and commercial advantage.
Key political leaders inside and outside parliament describe their victories and defeats, businessmen and lobbyists explain their strategies and concerns. Political commentators and academics take us behind the scenes to show how politics in New Zealand really works.
Including a wealth of archival material and interviews, this feature documentary is a thoughtful and provocative response to the question – is it possible for a small democratic nation to address the greatest political challenge of the age?