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Move navigation pane to the extreme right when using MS Outlook

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Hello,

When using the mail-view screen in MS Outlook (2007), how can the navigation pane (showing all the folders, etc.) be moved to the right side so folder contents (inbox, etc.) are to the far left?

By the way, I asked this same question a couple of months ago but was unable to find a solution that works.

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Based on my checking is seems the navgation pane can only be sized and turned on or off.  It doesn't seem it's possible to move it to the right side.
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