Showing More/Fewer Buttons on the Navigation Pane.
The Navigation Pane is new to Outlook 2003 and replaced the Outlook Bar from previous versions of Outlook. The Navigation Pane area holds the Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Notes, Folder List and Shortcuts icons.
The Navigation Pane buttons make it easy to switch between Outlook views. They're also rather small, and don't take up a lot of space on your screen. You can give them even less space by using the Show Fewer Buttons command on the Configure Buttons menu.
To Hide the Navigation pane buttonsClick on the Configure Buttons menu at the bottom of the Navigation Pane and select Show Fewer Buttons.
Each time you select it, one of the buttons disappears, replaced by an icon at the bottom of the Navigation Pane.
To Show the Navigation pane buttonsClick on the Configure Buttons menu at the bottom of the Navigation Pane and select Show More Buttons. Each time you select it, one of the buttons will re-appears on the Navigation Pane.
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