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So that's how! Great Outlook features to organize your contacts

Folder command on New submenu of File menu; Create New Folder dialog box; new Contact folder in Folder List

Callout 1 To create a folder, you would point to New on the File menu and click Folder.
Callout 2 You would type the name of your new folder and select the type of item you'll store in the folder in the Create New Folder dialog box.
Callout 3 The new folder would appear in the Folder List (and in the Contacts pane when you switch to that). Notice that the icon for the newly created contacts folder resembles a contact card—to help you identify the folder's contents before you even look in it.

Before you could move a contact to a folder, you would need to create the folder. Sound logical? To create a folder, you would point to New on the File menu and click Folder (or you could right-click any folder in the Folder List and click New Folder). You'll create a new folder in the practice session at the end of this lesson.

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