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the Navigation Pane, you can minimize the To-Do Bar to make more window space available for your Outlook 2007 folders or for the Reading Pane but still access the ToDo Bar quickly when you need it.
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Figure 26-7. The To-Do Bar combines the Date Navigator, appointments, and the task list.
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To display the To-Do Bar, choose View, To-Do Bar, and then choose Normal.
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You can control which of these three items appears in the To-Do Bar. To customize the To-Do Bar, choose To-Do Bar on the View menu, and then select or clear the Date Navigator, Appointments, or Task List options. To control other options for the To-Do Bar, choose View, To-Do Bar, and then choose Options. In the resulting To-Do Bar Options dialog box, shown in Figure 26-8, you can specify the number of month rows in the Date Navigator and the number of appointments shown in the Appointments area.
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Figure 26-8. Set options for the To-Do Bar in the To-Do Bar Options dialog box.
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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 con gure 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.
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Displaying and Hiding Toolbars
You probably use the same one or two toolbars on a regular basis but sometimes need to display or hide a particular toolbar. By default, Outlook 2007 always displays the menu bar you can t turn it off. Outlook 2007 also displays the Standard toolbar by default, although you can turn it off if you don t use it. To display or hide a toolbar, choose View, Toolbars, and then select the toolbar in question.
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You can right-click the menu bar or any toolbar and then turn toolbars on or off by using the shortcut menu.
Moving and Docking Toolbars
All Outlook 2007 toolbars including the menu bar are dockable. This means that you can attach the toolbar to any of the four sides of the Outlook 2007 window. You can also oat a toolbar. Figure 26-9 shows toolbars docked at the left and right edges of the Outlook 2007 window. Figure 26-10 shows a toolbar oating on the desktop.
Customizing Toolbars
Figure 26-9. You can dock toolbars at any of the four window edges.
Figure 26-10. Toolbars can also oat on the desktop.
On the left in each toolbar (if the toolbar is displayed at the top or bottom of the Outlook 2007 window) or at the top (if the toolbar is docked at the right or left edge of the window) is an anchor that you can use to move the toolbar. Just click and drag the toolbar to the desired location.
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If you need more vertical room in your folder views and don t use the menu bar often, consider docking the menu bar and toolbars at the right or left edge of the Outlook 2007 window.
Creating Custom Toolbars
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Outlook 2007 gives you considerable control over the appearance and content of its toolbars. Because menus and toolbars are very similar, you use a similar process to modify menus and toolbar items. The following sections explain how to make several types of changes to your toolbars, including adding new ones.
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If you wreak havoc with the default toolbars in your zeal to customize them, you can restore them with relative ease. For details, see Recovering the Default Toolbars later in this chapter.
You can modify the existing toolbars, but in many cases, you ll probably want to create your own. For example, you might want to create a toolbar for remote mail. Perhaps you use another group of commands to which you d like quick access. After you add a new toolbar, you can add buttons and menus to it (as explained in the following section). Because menus and toolbars are both considered toolbars in Outlook 2007, the process for creating a menu is the same as the one for creating a toolbar. Follow these steps to create a toolbar: 1. In Outlook 2007, right-click any toolbar, and then choose Customize to open the Customize dialog box. Alternatively, choose View, Toolbars, Customize. 2. In the Customize dialog box, click the Toolbars tab, and then click New. 3. Type a name for the toolbar, and then click OK. Outlook 2007 opens a blank toolbar. In the following section, you ll learn how to add commands to your new toolbar.
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