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Lesson 2. Getting Started with Outlook > Using Menus and Selecting Commands

Using Menus and Selecting Commands

As do most Windows applications, Outlook supplies pull-down menus that contain the commands you use to work in Outlook. Each menu contains a list of commands that relate to the operation of the program. For example, the Edit menu contains such commands as Cut, Copy, Paste, and Clear. Some menus change depending on the task you're performing. For example, the Compose menu you see when you're working in the Inbox folder changes to the Calendar menu when you switch to the Calendar folder. Those changing menus contain commands that enable you to work in a specific folder.

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Folder A folder is a container of sorts that holds items related to the folder's name. For example, the Inbox folder holds your e-mail messages, and the Calendar folder holds your appointments and meetings. Folders are displayed in the Outlook Bar.



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