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Creating a New Folder
Creating a New
Tip: You can see a list of all your Outlook folders if you like. At the bottom of the Navigation pane, click
the Folder List button (or press Ctrl+6), and the entire list of folders appears in the top half of the pane.
Figure 12-1:
Use the Navigation pane to find folders in Outlook.
To show a list of all folders, click the Folder List
button (circled).
Tip: When opened, Outlook presents you with a view of your inbox. If you’d prefer a different folder to
greet you, select File➝Options (Alt, F, I); click Advanced. In the Outlook “Start and exit” section, click the
Browse button to open a Select Folder dialog box. Choose the folder you want, and then click OK in this
window and the next to save your new choice.
Creating a New Folder
Outlook’s built-in folders are a good start for organizing your Outlook items. But
you’ll probably want to create a few of your own. For example, maybe you’d like to
keep email messages from your family all together. Outlook lets you create new
folders to store any kind of item—email messages, tasks, notes, whatever—so you can
save related items in one place and easily find them.
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