Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Finding people in your address book
Find & Select
Sort & Filter
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.