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Pesky panel persistently present in Outlook

Posted on 2011-09-18
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Hello,

Can someone tell me what this panel is called that is persistently present at the bottom of my email view in Outlook (2010)?  Also, how does one remove it?  Hopefully that's possible!

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Go to View > People Pane button in the People Pane section > select Off.
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Screenshot of People Pane and the Off option.
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Thanks for the response, yobri.  That did the trick.

By the way, huge kudos for employing screenshots!  They make things much easier and much quicker!
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