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Outlook 2007 offers a wealth of settings that you can use to control messaging. In addition, you also have quite a bit of control over the appearance of the Inbox and other message folders. For example, you can change the column headings included in the Inbox or add and remove columns. The following sections explore speci c ways to customize the Inbox (which apply to other message folders as well).
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For detailed information about con guring messaging and other options, see Con guring Outlook Options later in this chapter.
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Adding and Removing Columns By default, Outlook 2007 displays only a small subset of the available elds for messages. You can add columns for other elds, such as CC or Sensitivity, to show additional information. However, the Inbox behaves differently depending on the location of the Reading Pane. In most cases, when the Reading Pane is positioned on the right side of the window, the Inbox includes only four columns. The rst column shows the sender and message subject. The other three columns list the message received date, color category, and ag status. Outlook 2007 also provides two column headers above these columns that you can use to change views or change sort order. For example, the default view is Arranged By: Date. You can click this header to choose a different property by which to group the view. The other column header is either Newest On Top or Oldest On Top, depending on whether the folder is sorted in ascending or descending order. You can click this column to switch between the two. The number of columns in the message pane depends on the amount of space available in the window. The more space available, the more columns Outlook 2007 displays. For example, continue to drag the left edge of the Reading Pane to the right, and Outlook 2007 eventually shows additional columns. You have to experiment with the size of the Reading Pane to nd a layout that suits you, because the amount of available space
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depends on your system s display resolution. Or simply position the Reading Pane at the bottom of the window to maximize the amount of space available for message pane columns. To add and remove columns, follow these steps: 1. Open the folder you want to modify, right-click the column header bar, and choose Field Chooser to display the Field Chooser dialog box, shown in Figure 4-4.
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Figure 4-4. Add or remove columns by using the Field Chooser dialog box.
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2. Locate the name of the eld you want to add, and then drag the eld from the Field Chooser dialog box to the desired location on the column header bar. Outlook 2007 displays a red arrow at the top of the column header bar to indicate where the column will be inserted. 3. Add other elds as necessary. 4. To remove a eld, drag the eld from the column header bar. 5. Close the Field Chooser dialog box. You can choose other types of elds by selecting a type from the drop-down list at the top of the Field Chooser dialog box. You can also use this dialog box to create custom elds. Outlook 2007 also provides another method for adding and removing columns in message folders: 1. Choose View, Current View, Customize Current View, and then click Fields to display the Show Fields dialog box, as shown in Figure 4-5.
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Figure 4-5. You can also use the Show Fields dialog box to add or remove columns.
2. To add a column, select the eld in the Available Fields list, and then click Add. 3. To remove a column from the folder view, select the eld in the Show These Fields In This Order list, and then click Remove. 4. Click OK to have your changes take effect. 5. Click OK to close the Custom View dialog box. Changing Column Order In a message folder, Outlook 2007 displays columns in a speci c order by default, but you can easily change the order. The simplest way is to drag a column header to the desired location. You also can right-click the column header bar, choose Customize Current View, click Fields to display the Show Fields dialog box (shown earlier in Figure 4-5), and then use the Move Up and Move Down buttons to change the column order. Changing Column Names Outlook 2007 uses a default set of names for the columns it displays in message folders. However, you can change those column names for example, you might want to rename the From column to Sender. To change a column name, follow these steps: 1. Right-click the column header bar, and then choose Format Columns to display the Format Columns dialog box, shown in Figure 4-6. If the Format Columns command is not available because of the Reading Pane s location and width, choose View, Arrange By, Custom, and then click Format Columns.
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