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The Views of the Outlook Notes Module

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Try Icon view — just a bunch of notes scattered all over, as they are on your desk.

You may like the free-form Icon view. To use Icon view, click the Icon button in the Current View section of the Ribbon. When you do, the screen fills with a bunch of icons and incredibly long titles for each icon.

Outlook uses the first line of your message as the title of the icon, so the screen gets cluttered fast. If you prefer creative clutter, this view is for you.

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