How to view the installed add-ins in Microsoft Outlook 2007 on Windows Vista
You have a great content to showcase; it has a lot of data and is very stylistically written. But you want to enhance its appeal further. You want to add graphics and enable easy processing despite the large size of the file. Who can help? Well, your feature assistant is just a few clicks away. All you need to do is to check if you have some add-ins to support your requirements in your computer or not. Add-ins are external boards or chips that supplement the inherent features of your computer. But you need to identify their location and check if they are active or not. Once you access this section, you can even locate add-ins that can help you perform specific tasks like adding graphics, a feature which may not be extensively supported by your Windows Vista PC. Look out for this add-ins and make a perfect statement while working in Microsoft Outlook.
1. Open Microsoft Outlook
2. Click “Tools on the menu bar
3. Click “Trust Center, and then click “Add-ins.
4. View the add-ins and application extensions that are categorized as:
• “Active Application Add-ins
• “Inactive Application Add-ins
• “Disabled Application Add-ins
Get going now!