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Where is Select All in Microsoft Outlook 2010 and 2013

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How to find the Selcet All in Outlook 2010 and 2013? First of all, you need to get the message window. Start Microsoft Outlook 2010/2013, click New-E-mail to create a mail so that the message window appears.

Navigate to Menus tab, click Edit menu and then you can see Select All from the Select dro-down menu.

See it below:


If you are not using Classic Menu for Office...


In the message window, on Format Text tab, click the Editing dialuge box laucher at the rightmost of the ribbon, and you can see Select from the drop-down menu. And then Select All can be found from the level 2 drop-down menu.

See it below:

 


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