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By creating new groups you can organize these folders as desired. In this example, there are five
contact folders and you might want to arrange them as follows:
n The Contacts folder, for miscellaneous contacts, remains in the My Contacts group.
n The Personal Contacts and Family Contacts goes into a new group named Personal.
n The Work Contacts and Freelance Contacts folders goes into a new group called Work.
The result of this reorganization (which you learn how to do in a moment) is shown in Figure
18.8. Now, you can expand and contract individual groups to find just the items you need.
Folders can be organized into separate groups.
Creating a New Group
To create a new group, right-click an existing group (for example, My Contacts in Figure 18.9) and
select New Group from the context menu. Then, type in the name for the group and press Enter.
A newly created group is empty, as you might well expect. To move a folder to it, point at the
folder, press and hold the left mouse button, and drag it to the destination folder. Figure 18.9
shows how you would move the Personal Contacts folder to the My Contacts group.