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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Robert Cordingley, Charlie Russel

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Using Outlook's Built-in Views

Outlook ships with many built-in views. These views are typically accessed through the View menu in any Outlook folder. Many folders enable you to choose views directly from the Navigation pane. There are five basic types of views upon which all other views are based. Those basic views are Table views, Timeline views, Card views, Day/Week/Month views, and Icon views.

Table 4.1 details all the built-in Outlook views, their view types, and available print styles for each Outlook folder.

Table 4.1. Built-in Outlook Views and Print Styles
Outlook FolderView NameView TypeAvailable Print Styles
CalendarDay/Week/Month and Day/Week/Month with AutoPreviewDay/Week/MonthDaily, Weekly,Monthly, Memo,Details, Trifold
 Active Appointments, ...

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