Learn How Outlook 2010 Folders and Subfolders Work


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Working with folders and subfolders

Welcome to chapter 2, "Organizing Your Email." This chapter covers a variety of topics to save you time and keep you sane as you handle your e-mail each day. One of the most effective methods of organizing your Inbox is to create folders. Just like the folders in your filing cabinet, you can create folders to store your e-mails by the client, employee, project, or any other method you wish. You can see here that I've created a folder called Storage, and within that our folders for each of the projects that I'm working on.

Adding a new folder is as easy as right-clicking on any folder on the left-hand side and choosing New Folder. Give your new folder a name that's meaningful, and you're done. Here's my new Picnic folder. Notice that it appears as a child in the Storage folder. That's because I right-clicked on Storage to create the new folder. Had I right-clicked on Events at the time and chose New Folder, the new folder would've been in the Events fo...

Working with folders and subfolders
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Working with folders and subfolders provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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