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Microsoft Outlook: Display Outlook Today

For Microsoft Office Outlook 2003

The Outlook Today page in Microsoft Outlook provides a preview of your day. By using Outlook Today, you can see a summary of your appointments, a list of your tasks, and how many new email messages you have.

Outlook Today in Outlook 2003

You can always access Outlook Today in the Navigation Pane which is the column on the left side of the Outlook window that includes panes such as Shortcuts or Mail and the shortcuts or folders within each pane.

To activate Outlook Today in Microsoft Outlook 2003:

  • If you use a Microsoft Exchange Server email account (typical for a corporate or other large organization), in the Navigation Pane, click Mailbox - Your name.
  • If you use a Personal Folders file (.pst) as your mailbox, in the Navigation Pane, click on the name of the .pst file. If you have more than one .pst file, the one that is your default delivery location is the one with .

Outlook Today in Outlook 2002/XP & Earlier

You have several options to display Outlook Today in Outlook 2002 and earlier versions of Microsoft Outlook:

  1. View > Folder List
  2. Click once on the Outlook Today (Personal) folder.
    -OR-
     
  3. View > Outlook Bar
  4. Select Outlook Today from the Outlook Shortcuts panel.

Customize Outlook Today

Once the Outlook Today screen is displayed, you can further modify how you want to use this overview.

  1. To customize, click once on the Customize Outlook Today option in the upper-right corner.


     
  2. For instance, you may want to have Outlook Today display every time that you begin Outlook.


     
  3. Select from other options to customize Outlook.
  4. Save Changes (upper-right corner).

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