Customizing the colors


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Customizing the colors

Overall, Outlook's new look and feel is designed to give Outlook a less cluttered appearance that makes it easier to see your work at hand. Now these changes are all fairly minor, but they're nice to be aware of them going into the program. First thing you're going to notice is that the Folder list, or the Navigation Bar, off here on this side has been reordered slightly. In the older versions of Outlook, you probably used to seen your Deleted Items folder and your Junk E-Mail folder at the top of the list and then the Inbox slightly lower. In the newer versions, the Inbox has been moved to the top, to make it a little bit easier to find.

Another feature that's been changed is the fact that our fonts are now a little bit larger and easier to read. You'll also notice that the bars that surround these other areas of Outlook, on the Navigation Bar, have now been squared. They no longer had a rounded effect that we saw in the older versions. One of the not so earth-shattering ...

Customizing the colors
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Customizing the colors provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Karen Fredricks as part of the Outlook 2010 New Features

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