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8. Email > 8.6. Outlook-Only Tips

Outlook-Only Tips

Most people only scratch the surface of Outlook’s capabilities. This section explains how to delve more deeply into its mysteries and realize more of its vast potential.

Opening Outlook in Separate Windows

If you use Outlook for your email, calendar, and contacts, you probably spend too much time flipping back and forth among these tools. Every time you want to switch between, say, your inbox and your calendar, you have to click the Outlook Bar—or in Outlook 2003, the Navigation Pane—then choose the feature you want. Here’s a quicker way: Open your contacts, calendar, and email in their own windows. Now you can view them onscreen at the same time, or switch among them using the Alt-Tab key combination.


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