Customizing other panes


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Customizing other panes

There are a few other panes of information within Outlook that can be customized. In this video, I'll be discussing the Reading Pane, To-Do bar and the Daily Task List. You should already be familiar with the Reading Pane, which shows us the message that we currently have selected here. I can adjust the width of the Reading Pane by clicking and dragging the vertical bar here to the right or left. When we view a message in the Reading Pane it may also mark the message as having been Read. To change this behavior, I can go to Outlook's Options.

I'll pull down the Tools menu and choose Options, then go to the Other tab and choose Reading Pane. Here I can change the behavior of the Reading Pane so that it does or does not mark the message as Read after I've selected it. On the right of the screen is the To- Do bar, which shows us our Calendar, upcoming appointments, and tasks. If I right-click in a vacant area near the Calendar I can turn off the Calendar, appointments or tasks.

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Customizing other panes
Video duration: 1m 45s 2h 4m Intermediate

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Customizing other panes provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2007 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Outlook
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