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Outlook 2013's Varied View Options

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All modules have some version of the Table view — a rectangle made up of rows and columns.

Some Outlook commands also refer to this arrangement as a List view. In either case, if you create a new item (by adding a new task to your Task list, for example), a new row turns up in the Table view. You see one row for each task in the Table view.

The names of Table views often contain the word list, as in Simple list, Phone list, or just list. The word list means that they form a plain-vanilla table of items, just like a grocery list.

Other Table view names start with the word By, which means that items in the view are grouped by a certain type of information, such as entry type or name of contact.

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