Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
You can display or hide any of the workspace elements from the View tab of the ribbon. Your
preferences are preserved from session to session. When you restart Outlook, the program
window elements will appear the same way they did when you last exited the program.
In this exercise, you’ll change the space allocated to the module content area, change the
content displayed on the To-Do Bar, and learn how to move the menu bar and move or
hide the toolbars.
SET UP You don’t need any practice files to complete this exercise. Display your
Outlook Inbox, and then follow the steps.
On the View tab, in the People Pane group, click the People Pane button, and then
click Off , if it’s not already selected.
In the Layout group, click the To-Do Bar button, and then click Off , if it is not already
Click the Reading Pane button, and then click Right , if it is not already selected.
Click the Folder Pane button, and ensure that Normal and Favorites are selected.
Then click Options .
In the Navigation Options dialog box, change the Maximum number of visible
items to 3 , clear the Compact Navigation check box, and then click OK .
The Navigation Bar changes to a separate element above the status bar and displays only
the Mail, Calendar, and People module links.
In the upper-right corner of the program window, click the Ribbon Display Options
button, and then click Show Tabs to hide the command area of the ribbon.
At the top of the Folder Pane , click the Minimize the Folder Pane button to contract
the Folder Pane to display only a vertical bar on the left side of the program window.