Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Reading Pane, part of Outlook 2007: Effective Email Management.
When you are ready to review all of the e-mail that you've received, whether…it's for a day or for a two-week period, the Reading Pane makes it easy to view…your e-mail and move through it very quickly in the Information viewer.…There are two ways to turn on the Reading Pane.…One is to go to the View menu and choose Reading Pane and then decide whether…you'd like the Reading Pane to appear on the right, where it will appear to the…right of the Information viewer, but before the To-Do bar, or you can choose…View > Reading Pane > Bottom, and you get to see the width, but you're giving up…space out of the Information viewer.…
It's really up to you.…I prefer my Reading Pane to the right side, so I am going to return it there.…Once you've turned your Reading Pane on, and made whatever adjustments you wish,…you can display or hide the reading Pane in a single click by using the Reading…Pane button on the Advanced toolbar.…So if I click once, I get all those space back for my Information viewer.…Click again, it's a toggle button, and once again, I have the Reading Pane displayed.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Viewing messages by conversation
- Flagging messages
- Understanding flags and the To Do list
- Sorting and filtering email
- Creating a search folder
- Creating email rules
- Using the Out of Office Assistant
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Strategies for Reviewing Email
2. Changing Views
3. Increasing Efficiency
4. Using Rules to Process Email
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