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3.
If you want a secondary sort field for breaking ties in the primary field, select the
secondary sort field in the top Then By list and select either the Ascending or the Descending
option.
4.
If desired, define a third and fourth sort field in the other Then By sections.
5.
Click OK.
Sorting can be particularly useful when you have a lot of notes.
FIGURE 13.6
Specifying how notes should be sorted.
If you select Filter from the context menu, Outlook displays the Filter dialog box as shown in
Figure 13.7. Only the Notes tab is relevant. To define a filter:
1.
Enter one or more words of interest in the Search for the Word(s) field. Click the adjacent
arrow to select from recently used search words.
2.
Open the In list and select where Outlook should search. You can choose Contents Only
(the entire note) or Subject Field Only (the note’s first line).
3.
If you want to filter by date/time, pull down the Time list and select Created or Modified.
Then open the adjacent list and select your criterion (for example, yesterday, last week,
and so on).
4.
Click OK.
If you want to remove a filter from Notes view:
1.
Open the Filter dialog box.
2.
Click the Clear All button.
3.
Click OK.
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