Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Navigating the Outlook Folders
A task reminder: Outlook is a means of planning projects. You can tell
when deadlines fall and plan your workload accordingly. (See Chapter 5
of this mini-book.)
A notes receptacle: This part of the program is a place to jot down notes
and reminders. (See Chapter 5 of this mini-book.)
Navigating the Outlook Folders
The first thing you should know about Outlook is this: All items are kept in
folders, as shown in Figure 1-1. E-mail messages are kept in the Mail folder.
Calendar items are kept in the Calendar folder. When you want to undertake
a new task, you go to a different folder:
Navigation button: Click a Navigation button — Mail, Calendar, People,
Tasks, Notes, or Folders — to go to a folder. The Navigation buttons
appear along the bottom of the window (see Figure 1-1).
Folder pane: Click the Folders button (or press Ctrl+6) and select a
folder in the Folder pane (see Figure 1-1. For example, to read incoming
e-mail messages, select the Inbox folder.
Figure 1-1:
Outlook with
the Contacts
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