Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Viewing Your Contacts
If you can’t find a certain contact in a view that’s arranged in columns,
click the column title once. For example, suppose that you want to see the
names of the people who work for IBM who are entered in your Contacts list.
One easy way to see all their names simultaneously is to run a sort on the
Follow these steps to sort by column name:
1. Click the People button in the Navigation pane (or press Ctrl+3).
The Contacts list appears in the main part of the Outlook screen, and a
list of views appears in the top part of the Navigation pane.
2. Choose the Phone view.
Your list of contacts appears in the Phone view.
3. Click the heading at the top of the Company column.
Your contacts appear in alphabetical order according to the name in the
Company column. Now it’s easier to find someone: Scroll down to that
part of the alphabet. If you sort by company, all the contacts line up in
order of company name. If you click the heading a second time, your
contacts appear in reverse alphabetical order.