Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Viewing Your Notes
Figure 10-7:
Your Notes
List view.
Last 7 Days view
The notes you’ve dealt with in the last few days are most likely to be the
notes you’ll need today. Outlook has a special view of the notes you changed
in the last seven days. To see your notes for the last seven days, click the
words Last 7 Days in the Current View section of the Ribbon. Figure 10-8
shows what you get.
If you haven’t changed any notes in the past seven days, Last 7 Days view will
be empty. If having an empty view bothers you, create a note. That’ll tide you
over for a week.
The Reading pane
Outlook notes aren’t all that tough to read —
just click the Notes button in the Navigation
pane and read away. If you tend to write lengthy
notes and need to see the full text of your notes
regularly, you can open the Reading pane by
clicking the View tab and choosing Reading
Pane. When you do that, you’ll see any note you
select enlarged to fill half the screen.
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