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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Inside Out by Doug Sheresh, Beth Sheresh, Jim Boyce

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Customizing Toolbars

You can work with toolbars as they’re provided in Outlook 2007, or you can customize their location and contents to suit your preferences. This section explains how to relocate toolbars, add and remove commands, and configure custom options.

Working with Toolbars

Outlook 2007 includes the menu bar and three toolbars by default: Standard, Advanced, and Web. You can also create your own toolbars (see "Creating Custom Toolbars" later in this chapter). Outlook 2007 makes it easy to rearrange your screen by displaying or hiding toolbars. You also can move toolbars to different locations in the Outlook 2007 window.

Displaying and Hiding Toolbars

You probably use the same one or two toolbars on a regular basis but sometimes need to display ...

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