Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Switch views
Tip You can display the Mail, Calendar, People, Tasks, and Notes modules from the
Navigation Bar at the bottom of the Folder Pane. You can display the Journal module by
pressing Ctrl+8, or by displaying the Folder List in the Folder Pane and then clicking the
Journal folder.
Switch views
You can use commands on the View tab of the ribbon to display different views of module
content. If none of the standard views meets your needs, you can click the View Settings
button in the Current View group on the View tab to define a custom view of the
information in the current module.
Create Outlook items
You can create any type of Outlook item from any module. You can also create folders to
contain items such as mail messages, calendar information, or contact records. You must
specify the type of items the folder will contain when you create it.
Tocreateanitemspeciictothecurrentmodule
On the Home tab, in the New group, click the New Item button.
Press Ctrl+N .
Tip The New button always creates the default item for the current module. For example,
in the Mail module, the New button and keyboard shortcut create a new message.
To create any item from any module
On the Home tab, in the New group, click the New Items button, and then click
the type of item you want to create.
Press Ctrl+Shift+M to create a message.
Press Ctrl+Shift+A to create an appointment.
Press Ctrl+Shift+Q to create a meeting.
Press Ctrl+Shift+C to create a contact.
Press Ctrl+Shift+L to create a contact group.
Press Ctrl+Shift+K to create a task.
Press Ctrl+Shift+N to create a note.
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