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Did you know? With Outlook 2007 and newer versions, you can hide or display the Navigation Pane (at the left side of the screen) by clicking Alt+F1.


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Use Alt + F2 to toggle the display of the To-Do Bar at the right side of the screen.

Ctrl + F1 hides or displays the Ribbon. This doesn’t work in the main Outlook window but it can help to free up space when editing a Task Item or other item.

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