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Hi,

I finally ponied up the bucks to upgrade to Office 2013. I love it but I wanted to optimize the Outlook main window to make it cleaner and sleeker. When you first run it there is a "favorites" window in the upper left corner just above the mailboxes. I was able to remove that but now there is a "New Email" window there, as seen in the image below. How can I get rid of that? If I click on the carat in the window that just moves the window to the left and makes a column of it. I just want it gone!

Thanks all for any help!

Cheers,


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Highlight "View" then click on "Folder Pane" and uncheck "Favorites".

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[quote name='LUTZIFER' timestamp='1367074564' post='595660874']
Highlight "View" then click on "Folder Pane" and uncheck "Favorites".
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That did nothing. I already removed the favorites window that way.

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Interestingly the New Email button only appears if you have the ribbon collapsed. I can't see any way to remove it though.

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