Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Reading Pane, part of Outlook 2010: Effective Email Management.
You've returned to your office from a week or two-week vacation, or even from…an afternoon off, and you have a lot of messages that you need to go through…relatively quickly.…If you need to double-click and open each message, read it, and then close it,…this takes a fair amount of time.…It's quicker and easier to review mail using the Reading Pane.…To turn on the Reading Pane, click the View tab, and then in the Layout…group, choose to display the Reading Pane either at the right or the bottom…of the Information viewer.…At the bottom, it looks like this, so you an Information viewer you can scroll…and you have a Reading Pane that you can also scroll.…
I prefer my Reading Pane on the right side of the Information viewer.…I can adjust the width by simply pointing to either edge of the Information pane…and creating more or less space.…This means I am not going to have to scroll quite as much here in…the Information viewer.…When I move to the next message, or to any message, it's displayed in…the Information pane.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Viewing messages by conversation
- Tagging messages with flags and categories
- Understanding flags and the To Do list
- Sorting and filtering email
- Creating a search folder
- Creating QuickSteps and email rules
- Using automatic replies
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Strategies for Reviewing Email
2. Changing Views
3. Getting More Efficient
4. Using Rules and Quick Steps to Process Mail
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