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Outlook® 2013 Absolute Beginner’s Guide by Sherry Kinkoph Gunter, Diane Poremsky

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17. Working with Views

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Changing views

Creating new views

Conditional formatting

Creating custom views

Outlook contains a lot of data, including all your email, contacts, appointments, and tasks—often several years’ worth of data. If you send and receive a lot of email, you could have thousands of messages in your inbox to sort through. Views can help you manage your email, calendar, and contacts, making it easier to find the information you need. You can use Outlook’s default views or create your own custom views, with conditional formatting to color code items or filters to show only the item you want to see.

Views are a powerful way to manage your email, but because they were buried in menus in previous versions of ...

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