Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
The contact record window interface includes the Quick Access Toolbar, the ribbon, and the
People Pane, in addition to the content area that displays the contact record information.
When opened from a contact record window, the Backstage view includes commands
related to managing contact records, such as saving contact records and contact record
attachments and closing, moving, and printing contact records.
TIP The commands available in the Backstage view of a contact record window are
identical to those in the Backstage view of an appointment window. For more information, see
“Working in the Calendar module” earlier in this chapter.
Commands on the ribbon of a contact record window are organized on four tabs:
▪ Contact Includes commands that are specific to managing and working with contact
records. Commands include those for managing the contact record, switching among
the contact record pages, communicating with the contact, accessing and verifying
saved contact information, and personalizing a contact’s electronic business card. This
tab also includes commands for assigning a category or follow-up lag to a contact
record, preventing other Outlook users from viewing the contact record when
connected to your account, and changing the magnification level of the notes pane
within the contact record window.
The Contact tab of the contact record window ribbon.
TIP The commands you use for managing contact records are available on only the
▪ Insert Includes the same standard commands as the Insert tab of a message
composition window ribbon. The commands on the Insert tab of the contact record
window ribbon, other than those in the Include group, apply only to the content
of the notes pane.
SEE ALSO For information about inserting various graphic elements, see Chapter 10,
“Enhance message content.”