Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Viewing Your Contacts
Format the text in the big text box (see Figure 7-7) by clicking the Format
Text tab and using the buttons in the Formatting Ribbon, if you want.
The tools on the Formatting Ribbon are just like the ones that all other
word processing programs use: font, point size, bold, italic, justification,
and color. Select the text you want to format. You can change the
formatting of a single letter or the whole text box. You can’t format the
text in the smaller data text boxes in the other parts of the Contact
form — only the text in the big text box at the bottom right of the form.
Figure 7-7:
Have fun
formatting in the
Contact text
17. When you’re done, click the Save & Close button.
After you enter anything you want or need (or may need) to know about
people you deal with at work, you’re ready to start dealing.
Viewing Your Contacts
After you enter your contact information, Outlook lets you see the information
arranged in many different and useful ways, called views. Viewing your
contact information and sorting the views are quick ways to get the big
picture of the data you’ve entered. Outlook comes with from 5 to 12 predefined
views in each module. You can easily alter any predefined view. Then you can
name and save your altered view and use it just as you would the predefined
views that come with Outlook.
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