Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
SEE ALSO For information about working with the Reading Pane, see “Viewing
messages and message attachments” in Chapter 3, “Send and receive email messages.”
To-Do Bar This optional pane displays the Calendar peek, People peek, and Tasks
peek, or any combination of these that you choose. In Outlook 2013, the To-Do Bar
can be either open or closed, but not minimized as it could be in previous versions
of Outlook.
The To-Do Bar can be displayed in any Outlook module, but is not displayed by
default.
SEE ALSO For information about working with tasks on the To-Do Bar, see “Display-
ing different views of tasks” in Chapter 6, “Track tasks.”
TIP If you find that the default Outlook window layout isn’t perfectly suited for the way you
work, or you’d just like to try a different layout, there are many ways in which you can
personalize the appearance and functionality of Outlook. For more information, see “Personal-
izing the Outlook program window” in Chapter 11, “Customize Outlook.”
Navigation Bar
The Navigation Bar, which is new in Outlook 2013, is located near the lower-left corner of
the program window, above the status bar. In previous versions of Outlook, the navigation
controls were incorporated into the Folder Pane (formerly called the Navigation Pane). In
Outlook 2013, the navigation controls are presented on the Navigation Bar, which can
appear as a compact vertical or horizontal bar that displays only module icons, or as a larger
horizontal bar with text labels.
The standard Navigation Bar is separate from the Folder Pane and does not change
orientation. The compact Navigation Bar is incorporated into the Folder Pane and its orientation
depends on whether the Folder Pane is minimized or expanded. To display more or fewer
buttons on the vertical compact Navigation Bar, drag its top border up or down up. To
display more or fewer buttons on the horizontal compact Navigation Bar, change the width of
the Folder Pane.
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