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Although the primary Outlook interface does not use the Ribbon like the rest of Office 2007, you do see the Ribbon when you go to create a new message, a new contact, new appointment, and new task. These windows utilize the ribbon as well as the Quick Access Toolbar which appears just above the ribbon. The Quick Access Toolbar shown here can be customized to add additional features within the program. To customize it, I pull down the chevron here and choose from any of the options that Microsoft has provided us.
For example, Print Preview or spell-check. Additional commands can be found by the More Commands menu here and then by pulling down this menu and choosing All Commands. If I'd like to add a command for a signature I can choose Signature from the menu, hit Add, and now it's part of my Quick Access Toolbar. You'll note that different windows within Outlook such as the Contact, Appointment, and Task windows all utilize different Quick Access Toolbars.
Each Quick Access Toolbar can be customized to suit your needs. This concludes Chapter 8. Please check out the next video for additional resources and information.
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