Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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There’s No Place Like Home: Outlook’s Main Screen
You can navigate among the slices of information that Outlook shows you
by clicking different parts of the Information Viewer. Some people use the
word browsing for the process of moving around the Information Viewer —
it’s a little like thumbing through the pages of your pocket datebook (that is,
if you have a million-page datebook). To see an example of how to use the
Information Viewer, look at the Calendar module in Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-2:
The
calendar
in the
Information
Viewer.
To browse the calendar data in the Information Viewer, follow these steps:
1. Click the Calendar button in the Navigation bar (or press Ctrl+2).
The calendar appears.
2. Click the word Week at the top of the Calendar screen.
The weekly view of the calendar appears.
You can change the appearance of the Information Viewer in an infinite
number of ways. For example, you may need to see the appointments for a
single day, or only the items you’ve assigned to a certain category. Views can
help you get a quick look at exactly the slice of information you need.
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