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How do I split Microsoft Outlook so that I can view my e-mails and shared calenders on either one or two seperate screens?
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by:Ataraxia2010
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You want to run outlook twice, or do you want to use mutliple viewing panes for example:
[ Folder list - Email list - Calendar list ]

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by:LaniEP
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I would like multiple viewing screens - so I want one screen for mails and another for calanders - is this possible?
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IN the navigation pane, (view navigation pane and select as appropriate).  Select a window i.e. "Mail", right click the icon ... open in new window and simply drag the new window wherever.

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