Emojis are very rare in Microsoft Outlook and are quite well hidden. But of course, you can also support the message of your mails with one or the other emoticon in Outlook. We’ll explain how it works.
Use emojis using keyboard shortcuts in Outlook
There are several ways to decorate your mail with emojis in Outlook. For example, by default, Microsoft converts some keyboard shortcuts into emojis.
- Sly: 😉
- Surprised: 😮
- Not enthusiastic, sad: 🙁
- Angry: :p
- Friendly, smiling: 🙂
- Sounding laughter: 😀
Calling emoticons in Outlook – how it works
- Another way in Outlook to use a variety of different emojis works as follows:
- After you open a new mail, first select the Insert tab.
- In the Online Images menu, enter “Emoticons” in the search box.
- In the ribbon, go to the “Illustrations” area and click on “Online pictures”.
- Then choose the emojis you need. Double-click to insert the smileys into your mail.
Of course, you can only import an emoticon into the mail. However, it is more convenient to select all the emojis you may use. You can still delete and this is much faster than going up to the picture list every time.
Save emojis to Outlook
If you like some of the emojis, just add the smileys to your autocorrect list. With a suitable abbreviation, you can then place the emoticons in your Outlook emails very conveniently at any time.
- After you have accessed the File tab, select “Email” from the ribbon on the left.
- In the “Compose messages” section, click on the “Spelling and AutoCorrect” button.
- Then click on the button of the same name in the “AutoCorrect Options” section.
- In the AutoCorrect menu, you’re then entering your favorite emojis.
- Don’t forget to confirm your changes by clicking on the “OK” button.
- Tip: Since Windows 10 version 1803, the operating system has also integrated an emoji panel. Use the [WIN key] and [.] combination to call it.
Anyone using a computer must be installing several other applications as per their needs. However, adding more and more software or apps on your computer could fill up storage space.
Most of the time, you can free up a good amount of storage on your computer by just removing the unnecessary or cache files of the programs installed. In this guide, we will show you a step-by-step procedure on how to remove program cache files from your Windows 10 computer.
How to remove program files from Windows 10 PC
Step 1: First of all, open the Local App Data folder on your Windows 10 computer. For this, open the Run window by pressing the Windows + R keys on your system.
Step 2: In the ‘Run’ window, type ‘%localappdata%’ and then hit the Enter key.
Step 3: Now, navigate to the Temp folder, select all the files by pressing the CTRL + A keys and then delete all the files.
Step 4: After that, navigate to the AppDataLocal and delete the files in that folder.
Step 5: Also navigate to the AppDataLocalPackages and delete the files from there.
Note that deleting these files from the computer won’t impact your system given that these are mostly information files. If you want to delete app backup files, you can go to the directory of the app and then delete the files from there.