Chapter 17. Outlook 2013 Inside Out

Personalizing the Outlook interface

Setting follow-up flags and reminders

Importing, exporting, and archiving Outlook data

Our favorite Outlook tweaks and tips

IF YOU’VE made it this far, congratulations. Outlook isn’t just an email program for you—it’s an essential work/life management tool. In this chapter, we explain how to personalize Outlook’s interface so that you see more of what’s important to you at a glance. That means putting favorite mail folders at the top of the Folder pane and pinning details about your favorite contacts to a list on the To-Do Bar, just beneath the at-a-glance view of your calendar.

We also dive into the nuances of follow-up flags, which can be assigned to email messages and to contacts, ...

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