Explore the Navigation and Status Bars in Microsoft Outlook


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Exploring the Navigation and Status bars

In this video were going to talk about the bottom two panes today. The Status bar and the Navigation bar. These panes aren't all context menus like the other navigation items are. This means they won't change dynamically depending on where you are in Outlook. If we start down here at the bottom at the Status pane this tells you everything you need to know about how Outlook is doing. For example, in my Inbox it says over here on the left I have 19 items. That means I have 19 things in that folder.

That's the one thing that will change according to where I am. Way over here on the right, it's going to tell me what kinds of things it is doing, such as, is it checking for email, is it syncing with the server, am I connected to a server? I can also change the view, this is the way Outlook normally looks, which is probably why they called it Normal view and I can also change to what's called Reading view. If I click on that it's going to minimize the way everything looks...

Exploring the Navigation and Status bars
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Exploring the Navigation and Status bars provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton as part of the Outlook 2013 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Outlook
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