Customizing other panes


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Customizing other panes

There are a few other window panes of information within Outlook that we can customize. In this video, I'll be discussing the Reading Pane, To-Do bar, the People Pane, and the Daily Task List. The Reading Pane, shown here, shows us the message that we currently have selected in our Inbox or in other folder. We can adjust the size of the Reading Pane by placing our mouse here between the two and dragging to the left or to the right. Another option of the Reading Pane is whether or not it would mark a message as read as you're skimming through your messages.

Some people like to disable this feature. To do so, pull down the Reading Pane menu and choose Options. By clearing the first two check boxes, you can prevent Outlook from marking a message as read as you navigate through your Inbox. You'll remember that the To-Do bar is the pane on the right-hand side that shows our tasks, upcoming appointments, and a calendar. Like the Reading Pane, we can adjust the width of the To-Do bar ...

Customizing other panes
Video duration: 3m 11s 2h 28m 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 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Outlook
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