lotus notes stationery location

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  1. omg its nlm

    omg its nlm lvl 17 Hax Folding Team

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    Where is it? I can not find it and would like to add my own stationery.

    Google was not my friend today....

    Thanks!
     
  2. omg its nlm

    omg its nlm lvl 17 Hax Folding Team

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    none of you noobs use Lotus Notes?
     
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    To create stationery
    1. Open your mail.
    2. Create a message whose format and recipient list you want to use again.
    3. Click Tools and choose "Save as Stationery."
    4. Type a name for the stationery and click OK. Notes saves the message in the Stationery folder of your mail database.

    To add a graphic to your letterhead or signature using stationery
    1. Open your mail.
    2. Open your Stationery view, click New Stationery and choose "Personal Stationery."
    3. For letterhead, insert your graphic in the first bracket under Header; for your signature, insert your graphic in the bracket underneath the red bracket (it has a line above it).
    4. Click Save and title your stationery.

    To create a message using stationery
    1. Open your mail.
    2. Click Tools and choose New Memo - Using Stationery.
    3. Select the stationery you want to use and click OK.

    To manage stationery
    You can edit, rename, or delete stationery that you've created.
    1. Open the Stationery folder and select the stationery.
    2. Do one of the following:
     
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  4. omg its nlm

    omg its nlm lvl 17 Hax Folding Team

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    Thank you so Much! I am a rookie at Lotus Notes still.

    :rep:
     
  5. sean.ferguson

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    I hate Notes... need to use it at work though :'(
     
  6. omg its nlm

    omg its nlm lvl 17 Hax Folding Team

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    Yeah same here!
     
  7. sean.ferguson

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    the sad thing is I know all the keyboard shortcuts to do everything quickly :-\

    Alt+1 = New Memo
    Alt+2 = Reply
    Alt+3 = Forward
    Alt+W then 2 = second tab and so on...
    Alt + F then A = attach
    F9 - Refresh
    Insert - Switches highlighted email between read and not read

    I feel so dirty :(
     
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    omg its nlm lvl 17 Hax Folding Team

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    thanks for the tips i am such a noob at it!
     
  9. sean.ferguson

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    Just for info, noticed a guest looking at this.

    In the newer versions of Notes, every shortcut is shifted along to thr right (or up if you like) because of the Lotus Notes hyperlink button.

    So New Memo is ALT+2
    Reply is ALT+3, then down to your desired option :)
     
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    I reimaged all of the PCs in my dept and 'forgot' to install Lotus Notes 6. :)
     
  11. omg its nlm

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    Thank god I don't work there anymore... No more Lotus Notes!!!
     
  12. sean.ferguson

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    Notes isnt all that bad. Apparently Notes is a more secure option over Outlook in a large Commercial environment. Not entirely sure how true this is however.
     
  13. kcnychief

    kcnychief █▄█ ▀█▄ █ Political User Folding Team

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    I've been using Notes for 8-9 months now at my new gig. I will always prefer Outlook and Exchage, but Notes is starting to grow on me a bit. Although it's been thought about, we will never make the transition. Company has been using it for EVER, and we have sooooo many Databases/Teamrooms that would still need to be accessed and supported. Not financially worth it, and although it pains me to say it is more secure.