Posted On 2005-11-1 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: OL2000 Outlook Inbox Calendar
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In my job, I use both my Outlook Inbox and Calendar constantly. Instead of clicking back and forth between them, I open them side by side on my screen.
1. Quit all other programs.
2. Click Inbox on the Folder List to open it. (If the Folder List is not displayed, click Folder List on the View menu.)
3. Right-click Calendar on the Folder List, and then click Open in New Window on the shortcut menu.
4. Right-click an empty area of the Windows taskbar, and then click Tile Windows Vertically on the shortcut menu. Or resize the Calendar and Inbox so they can fit side by side on your screen.
Now you can view both easily. When you are done for the day, quit Outlook by clicking Exit on the File menu. This way, your settings are saved, and the next time you open Outlook, the windows will open side by side.
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