Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
In the People module, the Folder Pane displays your available address books—the Contacts
address book, any custom address books you create, address books shared with you by
coworkers, and address books containing contacts from social networks that you connect to.
The content area includes the contact list and Reading Pane.
In the People module, the content area displays the contact records saved in the currently
selected address book. The default view of contact records in Outlook 2013 is a new format
named People cards, but you can choose among several standard views, including business
cards, text-only cards, and various lists.
SEE ALSO For more information, see “Displaying different views of contact records” in
Chapter 4, “Store and access contact information.”
The ribbon in the People module includes the File tab and the four standard module tabs:
▪ Home Includes the commands you need for creating, managing, and viewing
contact records, and for initiating communication with contacts. You can select contacts
for a mail-merge process, send contact information to OneNote, share contacts with
other Outlook users, and tag contact records in ways that enable you to better locate
or manage them.
The Home tab of the Contacts module ribbon.
▪ Send/Receive Identical to that in the Calendar and Tasks modules.
▪ Folder Provides the same functionality as it does in the Calendar and Tasks modules,
but is specific to contact records.
▪ View Provides the same functionality as it does in the Mail and Tasks modules. The
content of the Arrangement gallery is specific to contact records.
The View tab of the Contacts module ribbon.
TIP The Arrangement commands are available only when you display contact records
in a list view.