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Where is Journal Entry in Microsoft Outlook 2010 and 2013

When you want to add an item that Journal does not track automatically, or when you need to track a phone call, a task process or a conversation in the meeting room, you can add the item through Journal Entry by yourself. The new ribbon interface is different from the office 2003 style view, if you are new to Microsoft Outlook 2010/2013, please follow the below ways to find the Journal Entry in Outlook 2010 and 2013.

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If you are using Classic Menu for Office...

Classic Menu brings back the classic style interface back to the ribbon of Microsoft Outlook 2010 and 2013, making it easy to switch between classic style view and ribbon. You can find the Journal Entry like this:

  • Open Microsoft Outlook 2010/2013;
  • Navigate to the Menus tab;
  • Click on the File menu;
  • Click New;
  • New Journal Entry is at the bottom from the submenu.

See it below:


Click New Journal Entry to create a new journal entry, and this will bring up an untitled Journal entry window. Just type a subject, select an entry type, Specify the company and set the duration, and then click Save & Close.

Note: The journal entries can be automatically recorded by Microsoft Outlook, which are related to the contact for the messages, meeting and task items.

If you are not using Classic Menu for Office...

In Microsoft Outlook 2010, on the Home tab, click New Items in the New group, click More Items from the pull-down menu and then you can obviously see the Journal Entry from the More Items submenu.

See it below:

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