Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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▪ Format Text Includes the same standard commands as the Format Text tab of a
message composition window ribbon. The commands on the Format Text tab of the
contact record window ribbon, other than the Paste commands and the Select
command, apply only to the content of the notes pane.
▪ Review Includes the same standard commands as the Review tab of a message
composition window ribbon. The commands on the Review tab of the contact record
window ribbon, other than the Research and Thesaurus commands, apply only to the
content of the notes pane.
TIP In earlier versions of Outlook, the People module was named the Contacts module.
Remnants of the previous naming convention can be found throughout the program. In this
book, we frequently refer to people whose contact information you have stored in Outlook
as contacts . We assure you, however, that contacts are people too!
SEE ALSO For information about changing the default settings for the People module, see
“Configuring Office and Outlook options” in Chapter 11, “Customize Outlook.”
In this exercise, you’ll familiarize yourself with the types of information you can store in a
contact record and the customizations you can make to the way Outlook manages contact
SET UP You don’t need any practice files to complete this exercise; just follow the
On the Navigation Bar , click the People button to display the People module. The
content area displays the People view of contacts saved in your primary address
book (or the last address book you viewed).
KEYBOARD SHORTCUT Press Ctrl+3 to display the People module.
On the Home tab, in the New group, click the New Contact button to open a new,
blank contact record window displaying the General page of the contact record. The
cursor is automatically active in the Full Name box, so you can immediately begin
entering a contact’s information.
KEYBOARD SHORTCUT Press Ctrl+Shift+C to create a contact record from any