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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Meeting the Outlook Interface

When Outlook opens, you'll see a window such as Figure 23–7. Outlook normally displays your Inbox at first, on the basis that you'll want to start by checking your e-mail. If Outlook is displaying a different item, click the Inbox item in the Favorites category in the pane on the left. (If the Favorites category is collapsed to a heading, click the white triangle to its left to expand it.)

NOTE: This chapter introduces you to Outlook using the Mail aspect of the interface. You'll learn to use the Calendar aspect, the Contacts aspect, and the Tasks aspect in subsequent chapters.

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Figure 23–7. Outlook's interface ...

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