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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2013: Part 1 by Lindsay Bachman

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ACTIVITY 4-4: Organizing Messages Using Folders

Scenario

When you start sending and receiving messages in large quantities, your Inbox can quickly become difficult to manage. An easy way to organize and keep track of the messages and items you receive is to create and use folders to store related messages. You want to create a parent "Recruitment" folder where eventually all the information about your recruitment efforts will be stored. Then, you will create a "Candidates" subfolder, where you will store the emails you have received about the potential candidates for the open positions.

  1. Create a Recruitment folder on the server at the same level as your default folders.
    1. Select the FOLDER tab on the ribbon.
    2. In the New command group, ...

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