How do you use Microsoft Outlook email
Welcome to your email
Explore your Outlook inbox for the first time and see how everything is organized.
Overview of the Outlook layout
Folders are available in the folder area. Some folders are already populated or you can create new folders.
The inbox is in the message list.
E-mails are opened in the reading area.
The ribbon provides more options for organizing email. Select the rightmost arrow to expand or collapse the ribbon.
Change the appearance of your email
Choose view out.
Now you have the following options:
Change the size of the folder area.
Move the reading area.
Enable or disable the To-Do Bar.
Adjust the zoom bar in the lower right corner to adjust the size of the email text.
View more email options
In the Folders pane, right-click Folders to view common organizational actions.
Right-click an email in the message list to view more message options.
Right-click the Reading Pane for additional email commands, such as email. B. "Translate" to display.
Get training and help
Choose the HelpTab to contact customer support or watch training videos.
Use the searchto find other commands or search your email, contacts, and calendars.
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