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Finding people in your address book
Find & Select
Sort & Filter
Figure 4.11
Your data will now be sorted alphabetically by surname and then by fi rst name, so
Ed Case will appear before Justin Case, for example.
As is often the case with Microsoft Offi ce, there’s more than one way to sort a cat.
You can select a particular area (such as a range of rows) and just sort those rows.
When sorting, it’s very important to make sure you select all the related data.
If you just select the fi rst name and last name columns, you’ll shuffl e the
names without moving the associated addresses, which will effectively
scramble your data.
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