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Microsoft® Office Groove® 2007 Step by Step by Barry Preppernau, John Pierce, Rick Jewell

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Changing the Contacts Tab View

As you have seen, the Contacts tab is configured to show contact status, or presence, so that you know whether a contact is active in the workspace, online, or offline. Each contact is represented by a color that indicates whether the contact’s identity has been verified.

See Also

For information about contact verification, see Working with Identities in Chapter 3.

If you don’t find the Status view particularly useful, you can change the way contacts are displayed in the Contacts tab so that it is easier to keep track of them. You can choose to view contacts in the following views:

  • Folders. Your contacts are organized into any folders you have created. After you have a significant number of contacts, this will likely ...

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