Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Shortcut Keys for Copy, Cut, and Paste
The standard Windows shortcut keys work in Outlook: Ctrl+C for copy, Ctrl+X for cut, and Ctrl+V
Moving an item or items to a different folder.
Moving, Copying, Deleting, and Renaming Folders
As you fine-tune your Outlook organization, you may want to move folders to new locations.
Depending on the type of folder, you may be able to copy a folder as well. Email folders can be moved
to a new location in the folder hierarchy, and other folders can be moved from one group to another.
To move an email folder, point at it and drag it to the new location. For example, Figure 18.11
shows how you would move the National folder from its location in the Clients folder to a new
location in the Work Stuff folder.