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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Ken Slovak

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Working in Outlook's User Interface

Outlook's user interface shows folders and items in panes. Other panes are used to navigate from folder to folder and to display information such as Help. In addition to panes, Outlook's user interface uses menus, toolbars, and a status bar. Figure 2.13 shows Outlook displaying four panes, a menu bar, a toolbar, and the status bar.

Figure 2.13. Most Outlook user interface elements can be turned off or on except for the Folder Display Pane and the menu bar.

By default, Outlook shows the Standard toolbar, Navigation Pane, and status bar. The menu bar and Folder Display Pane are always displayed and cannot be turned ...

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