how do i change to the new design in outlook 2007



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how do i change to the new design in outlook 2007

Postby RXZldHRlMjAwMw » Sun, 18 Jan 2009 06:40:01 GMT

Outlook 2007 is installed on my computer but everytime I open the program the 
old design is what I see.

Re: how do i change to the new design in outlook 2007

Postby F.H. Muffman » Sun, 18 Jan 2009 08:21:27 GMT

> Outlook 2007 is installed on my computer but everytime I open the

The Ribbon is only available in new message/appointment/task windows, not 
to the main Outlook window.
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