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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Taking Notes

When you're working in Outlook, you'll often find it handy to have a place to jot down scraps of information that you need to deal with later. To do this, you can use Outlook's Notes feature.

Meeting the Notes Interface

To start using Notes, click the Notes button in the Navigation Pane or press Ctrl+5. Outlook displays the Notes pane (shown in Figure 26–26 with two notes created).

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Figure 26–26. Use Outlook's Notes feature to take quick notes as you work.

Outlook opens the Notes pane in Normal view by default. To give yourself more space, you can click the Icons Only button on the status bar (the right button in the View Shortcuts ...

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