Welcome to the 2008-09 TTT (Tuesday’s Technology Tip)! This tip is designed to give a quick “how-to” to hopefully make your computing life easier.
Nancy Wilhelm, our district trainer, has created many helpful documents about using Office and other programs. Here is her tip on the reading pane in Outlook 2003:
Reading Pane The Reading Pane shows more of the message on the screen. It can be positioned on the right or bottom of the screen. This reduces scrolling and minimizes the need to open and manage many separate windows for different email messages.
To use the Reading Pane: From the View menu, choose Reading Pane. Click Right or Bottom, and note that you can also turn off the reading pane here.
To see this tip (with graphics) and others, see the Public Documents folder in wits titled Tip and Tricks (click below to go there now)