How to Move and Copy Contacts into Folders in Outlook


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Moving and copying contacts into folders

If you have a large contact list, you can further sort and move them into separate contact lists. For example, you may want to share your contact data with a co-worker, except you might not want them to see all your personal contacts. We'll talk about how to share your data in the later chapter, but for now, let's put personal contacts into a new folder. To create a new contact folder, go into the FOLDER ribbon tab and select New Folder. Give your folder a name, in this case I'm going to call mine Personal Contacts, and I'm going to put it underneath my Contacts, so I'll select that and click OK.

Now I can see my new folder is here and if I click on it, I have an empty contact list. I can either create a contact directly in it or I can move a contact I already have by clicking on their name and dragging them in to my Personal Contacts. They disappear for my exchange contacts and now it's populated in Personal Contacts. Now I can have as many folders of contacts ...

Moving and copying contacts into folders
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Moving and copying contacts into folders provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton as part of the Outlook 2013 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Outlook
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