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

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Organizing with Folders

Outlook 2007 uses folders to let you store items, such as e-mail messages and notes. Outlook folders are similar to the folders you can create and modify in Windows Explorer in that they help organize items. The Inbox folder, for example, is the default location for your incoming e-mail messages. The Outbox folder, on the other hand, stores your outgoing e-mail messages until you send them.

You can use the existing folders created automatically by Outlook, but you can also create your own folders to help you organize your items in a way that makes the most sense for the way you use Outlook.

Create a New Folder

  1. In Outlook, choose ...

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