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Chapter 26. Everything You Need to Know ... > Getting to Know the Look and Feel of...

Getting to Know the Look and Feel of OWA/2003

As stated previously, the user interface (UI) of the new OWA client looks almost exactly like the Outlook 2003 client. It has the same basic pane structure, same blue color scheme, the full folder tree, and the ability to change the widths of the columns, and it includes many of the similar elements in Outlook 2003. This familiar look and feel will make even the most tentative user feel more comfortable using OWA and should lessen the amount of additional user training for the OWA client users. In addition to similar look and feel, it incorporates many of the same features that are included in Outlook 2003 into the premium version (and some in the basic version) of OWA.

Using Multiple Panes

By default, when you initially open OWA, you are presented with four basic panes, as shown in Figure 26.4. These panes were designed to help you cope with information overload by using better organization of data and better use of space.


  

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