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Microsoft Outlook 2013 Inside Out by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 4. Working in and Configuring Outlook

Using the Folder Pane

Using the Reading Pane

Using the To-Do Bar

Using the People Pane

Using the ribbon

Using the Quick Access Toolbar

Using the Backstage view

Using other Outlook features

IF you’ve used earlier versions of Outlook, you’ll find that the interface in Microsoft Outlook 2013 has both changed and stayed the same. Many elements are the same or similar in previous versions, such as the presence of the ribbon throughout the application. There are also differences, such as the “flatter,” simplified look of the interface. In any case, if you’re new to Outlook 2013 entirely, you need to become familiar with its interface, which is the main focus of this chapter.

This chapter examines standard elements ...

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