WINNER’S WALL

Winner’s Wall

Welcome to Winner’s Wall! This is where you will find the names of ALL the 10th Year Anniversary Contests Winners. The Winners of each Monthly Contest are randomly selected. The number of entries are counted by one person, then a second person is ask to pick a random number between 1 and 13(for example). When that number is selected, the entry that matches that number is the winner. The winner of the Quarterly Contest is arrived by a different process. Each member participates in activities on the “Treasure Hunt for Points” list. When the activity is completed, that information is submitted to the Contest email address. This information is read and the assigned number of points is tallied. At the end of the quarter, the member with the MOST points is the winner. All of the points remain on the talley sheet until the end of the thirdquarter, then the member with the MOST points accumulated through out the year is the winner of the Yearly Contest.

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO. . .
Quarter one
September-Cathy Flesher
October-Tammy Freitag
November-Cindy Zimmer
Quarter one Winner-

Quarter Two
December
January-
February-
Quarter two Winner-

Quarter Three
March-
April-
May-
Quarter three Winner

Year Winner

Thanks to all participants, sponsers and anybody else that had a part in this event!
Tammy. This should help you with initial set up.
There are some settings in Outlook that should be changed to improve accessibility.
Turn off the Reading Pane.
To turn off the reading pane, press the following keys after opening Outlook:
\\\\\Alt, v, p, n, o.
Turn off the to-do bar
To turn off the to-do bar, pres the following keys after opening Outlook:
Alt, V, B, O.
Turn off Grouping of Messages
By default, Outlook is set to display messages in groups such as today, yesterday, last week, etc. You may wish to turn off this option to make the message
list easier to navigate.
To do this, press the following keys after starting Outlook:
Alt, V, A, B.
Then, arrow down to Show in Groups and make sure it is unchecked. If it is checked, just press Enter to uncheck it and return to the message list.
New Features
View Unread messages
In Outlook 2016, there is a quick way to view your unread messages.
From a message list, press Tab twice to locate the Unread button. Press the Spacebar on this button to show only the messages that are unread. To switch
back to showing all messages, Tab to the All button and press the Spacebar to activate it.
Note that this assumes that the Reading Pane is turned off as mentioned above. If the Reading Pane is turned on, you will need to press Tab until you locate
the buttons.
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On Behalf Of Tammy Freitag
Sent: October 18, 2017 11:02 AM
To:
win10@win10.groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Day 1 of Windows 10
David,
I would appreciate having your tutorial for Outlook.
Thanks!
For GOD so loved the world, he sent his only begotten Son.
From:
David Moore
Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 8:03 PM
To:
win10@win10.groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Day 1 of Windows 10
Hi all!
Let me know if you would like my text tutorial on Using the Mail, People, and Calendar apps, to get that total outlook experience. You can do most of what
you need to do in the Win10 mail app itself.
I have a complete text tutorial that I could paste in a message right on the list!
Have a great one!
David Moore
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Randy Barnett
Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 8:25 PM
To:
win10@win10.groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Day 1 of Windows 10
Click start then type mail that will bring up windows mail. Microsoft just calls it’s mail app mail. But In it’s infinite wisdom Contacts are in a seperate
program called people and appointments are in yet another app called calender. So you need 3 seperate apps to manage what outlook and Thunderbird do in
one program.
On 10/10/2017 4:44 PM, Vicki Meizinger wrote:
ok just found outthat there is a woi email program in windows 10. Seem to be alot of initials here without using the full words. I know we all do that
but with those of us who are just barely startin maybe it would helpful to have th names of things spelled =out. Seems to be 2 abbreviated words for the
mail program in windows 10. Haven’t runinto it yet. where would I look to find the mail program?
Vicki meiainger
On 10/9/2017 4:00 PM, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:
Try Google Chrome and I use Outlook 2016 for email.
If you want a free email client the built-in Windows Mail app seems to work OK.
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