If you ever have a new computer or perhaps run an upgrade on a current one, you may have noticed that your view settings return to the default settings. For me, this is especially noticeable in Outlook.
There are several options that can enhance your Outlook views. First, you can change the reading pane so that it is on the bottom or not visible at all. Go to View from the menu bar, click Reading Pane and then select your preference. (I prefer mine on the bottom).
In addition, you may want to see your calendar or tasks. To enable this click View from the menu bar, then select To-Do Bar. From here, you can choose to view your Calendar, Tasks, or Favorite People.
I prefer the reading pane at the bottom, but some people choose to turn this off and instead turn on the Message Preview option. To turn this option on, go to View from the menu bar, then select Message Preview. You can choose to view one, two, or three lines of the message before clicking on it.
If you want to change fonts, font sizes, or grouping. Choose View Settings from the View option on the menu bar. You can then browse through several options.
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