how to view the third column in outlook after the inbox column.. I is not showing up anymore... the one where you can view your actual email

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when I us my outlook email... I used to be able to view my email in the third column when I highlighted a email in my inbox.. and now the inbox colum just extends all the way across the screen... how do i get this back//
 
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