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Starting Outlook

You start Outlook from the Windows desktop. After starting the program, you can leave it open, or you can minimize it to free up the desktop for other applications. Either way, you can access it at any time during your day.

Caution

Outlook and System Performance If you leave Outlook open on your desktop, it still requires a certain amount of your system resources. This means that if you normally run multiple applications, such as Word and Excel, you might see some loss of performance as you work. If this becomes a problem, close Outlook (or any program not being used) to free up your system's memory. Adding memory to your system, of course, also is an alternative for increasing performance. The suggested amount of memory for running Office XP is 64MB for Windows 98, Me, and Windows NT. For Windows 2000, 128MB is suggested.



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