Instant Search

Outlook 2007 introduces its own Instant Search feature. For example, in the Inbox folder, you can click in the Search box and type a word or phrase, and Outlook 2007 quickly (but not quite instantly) displays the results of the search. You can work with the results of the search before the search is complete, so when you find the item you need, you can simply double-click it to open it—you don’t have to wait for the search to complete.

Search is also improved in other ways in Outlook 2007. You can click the arrow next to the Search box to open the Query Builder, as shown in the upper-left corner of Figure 1-4, where you can specify additional search parameters to locate items. The contents of the Query Builder change according to ...

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