Add a new shortcut... Make Outlook a One-Click Publisher If Outlook does not come with an office suite, then use this tool to get online to download Office and open it. Office Online Publisher Wizard . In the Office Online Publisher Wizard you can select any of the templates included in this document as a destination for the email. Using Office One-Click Publisher for Outlook 2023 . In the Add Office Online Publisher dialog box, click the Save as option. If you are using Outlook 2016, then click the Office button on the Ribbon. Office Outlook (2013/2016, OWA) and OWA-2016 (2010 and 2023 SP1) . (Click the Office Button for the Ribbon). In the ribbon, click Add Office Online Publisher. Click Save as button: click the Office button on the Ribbon. Click Export from Email to choose a location for the new files. Click Yes (All Mail) if you want to send the new files to Microsoft Outlook. Click Yes (All Accounts) if you want to use an Exchange server to send them to another user. Click Yes (All Accounts) if you want to export the mail to all of your email accounts. Click Yes (All Accounts) if you have a personal account you want to publish only. Click Yes (All Accounts) if you want to send the Outlook Mail App in the Outlook 2023 Mail app to another user or an Exchange server. At the Office Online Publisher wizard, click Next: Select a file from drop-down list: choose where to save the email as: Click Save: check this box if you want to save the email file to another email address in Outlook or on Office 365. If you select all accounts in the previous step, and click Save, the new file will be created in that list. If you check the box only for Outlook, then the file will be created in the mailboxes of your current office account. Note: If you select only One-Click Office, all the messages will go to that user account but your Outlook mailbox should be closed. Using Outlook 2023 and 2023 on PC & Mac This tutorial will guide you through two approaches to exporting your Excel files. You can choose either method depending on the type of file you'll be exporting, such as spreadsheets (XLS), or Microsoft Office documents (DOCX), and the level of reliability you want.