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Using the Reading Pane
Using the Reading Pane
If you want to skim through a whole bunch of messages quickly, the Reading
pane can help. The Reading pane is normally open when you first install
Outlook. If it got closed somehow, click the View tab, click the Reading Pane
button in the Ribbon, and click the Right option to open it.
When you do, the Inbox screen divides into two sections:
The left shows your list of messages.
The right shows the contents of the message you’ve selected (see
Figure 6-3).
To move from one message to the next, just press the ↓ or ↑ key. You can
also view any message in your Inbox by clicking the message title. If you
prefer to see the text of your messages on the bottom of the screen, you can
also click the View tab, click the Reading Pane button in the Ribbon, and click
the Bottom option — but you can’t see as much of your message this way. I
generally prefer setting the Reading pane to appear on the right.
Figure 6-3:
The Reading
pane shows
the
contents of the
selected
message.
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