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Windows 7: Outlook 2010 Pro- In Inbox view- How do I have Sender Name on top

21 Oct 2010   #1
loonymarine

Window's 7
 
 
Outlook 2010 Pro- In Inbox view- How do I have Sender Name on top

Hi,


On Email Inbox view in Outlook 2010- each email received I see the subject heading on

top of the sender name.


How can I switch it to have sender name on top of subject heading?


FYI- My sent items have it the right way with name on top then subject at the bottom.

Thanks


K


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22 Oct 2010   #2
Lomai

Win7 HP (x64)/Win7 Ultimate (x64)
 
 

Hi

Following quoted from here:

Quote:

Views

Field Chooser Outlook 2003: Right click a column-> Field Chooser
Outlook 2007: Right click a column-> Field Chooser (single line layout)
Outlook 2007: Right click a column-> Custom…-> Fields… (multi line layout)
Outlook 2010: Right click a column-> Field Chooser (single line layout)
Outlook 2010: Right click a column-> View Settings…-> Columns… (multi line layout)
(for more info about multi line and single line layout see this post) AutoPreview Outlook 2003: View-> AutoPreview
Outlook 2007: View-> AutoPreview
Outlook 2010: tab View-> button Change View-> Preview (this view has the Reading Pane turned off by default) Organize Outlook 2003: Tools-> Organize…
Outlook 2007: Tools-> Organize…
Outlook 2010: tab View-> button View Settings-> button Conditional Formatting
(for more info about Conditional Formatting see this guide) Define Views Outlook 2003: View-> Arrange By-> Current View-> Define Views…
Outlook 2007: View-> Current View-> Define Views…
Outlook 2010: tab View-> button Change View-> Manage Views…
(how to apply a custom view to all folder) Reading Pane
(enable/disable, position right/bottom) Outlook 2003: View-> Reading Pane-> …
Outlook 2007: View-> Reading Pane-> …
Outlook 2010: tab View-> Reading Pane-> …
Hope this helps in some way

Regards
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22 Oct 2010   #3
ryo

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by loonymarine View Post
Hi,


On Email Inbox view in Outlook 2010- each email received I see the subject heading on

top of the sender name.


How can I switch it to have sender name on top of subject heading?


FYI- My sent items have it the right way with name on top then subject at the bottom.

Thanks


K
hello can you take snapshot,what you means. so i can help you take look.
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