Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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1.1 Customize Outlook settings
The Navigation Bar, which is new in Outlook 2013, is located near the lower-left corner
of the program window, above the status bar. In previous versions of Outlook, the
navigation controls were incorporated into the Folder Pane (formerly called the Navigation
Pane). In Outlook 2013, the navigation controls are presented on the Navigation Bar,
which can appear as a compact vertical or horizontal bar that displays only module
icons, or as a larger horizontal bar with text labels.
You can display the Mail, Calendar, People, and Tasks modules by clicking the
corresponding button on the Navigation Bar. If a module name doesn’t appear on the Navigation Bar,
click the ellipsis at the right end of the Navigation Bar, and then click the module name to
display it.
Tip You can access the Journal from the Folder List in the Folder Pane, or by pressing
You can “peek” at the current content of the Calendar, People, or Tasks module by
pointing to the module button. Peeks display information that in previous versions of Outlook
was shown only on the To-Do Bar. The Calendar peek displays this month’s Date Navigator
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