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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Plain & Simple by Jim Boyce

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Organizing Your Contacts

When you have only a dozen or so contacts, finding and managing them is fairly easy. You can simply open the Contacts folder, scroll through the list and find what you’re looking for. However, once the Contacts folder grows, you need to organize your contacts to make them easier to find and update. Outlook provides three ways to organize your contacts. You can use folders to store related contacts, use categories to set up relationships between contacts, or use views to sort contacts in ways that make sense to you.

Use Folders

  1. Click the Contacts icon on the Navigation Pane.

  2. Choose Folder from the File menu, and then select ...

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