Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Chapter 17: Telecommuting with Outlook. com and Outlook Web Access
The Ribbon in Outlook.com has many of the links that you can find
in the Navigation pane of the desktop version. By default, Outlook.
com shows your mail Inbox, but you can get features such as People,
Calendar, and SkyDrive by clicking the arrow to the right of Outlook in
the Ribbon (pointed out in Figure 17-1). Figure 17-2 shows the screen
that opens.
Figure 17-2:
The Outlook.
com
feature in the
Ribbon.
When you’re using Outlook.com, you won’t see many of the buttons and
screens you’re familiar with from the regular version of Outlook; the same
features are available. Just open an e-mail or appointment; a new set of
commands will appear in the Ribbon. Do remember that because you’re still using
a web browser, the menus at the top of the screen are part of the browser
program, not Outlook.com. If you click a menu, you’ll get different results than
you might expect. For example, if you’re reading e-mail and choose File New,
you won’t see a New Message form; instead, you automatically open a new
window in Internet Explorer.
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