Saving the current view


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Saving the current view

Now that we have learned how to add columns to Views and Sort and Filter, it makes sense to learn how we can save a view, so that once we have created the view we want, we can use it in other folders or save it for reuse later in the folder that we're in. One of the biggest reasons that Microsoft Office was redesigned to replace the old interface with the Ribbon was the hope that infrequently used commands could be re-positioned, so that they would be where the users needed them, when they needed them. And saving views is, for me, one of the best examples of how that has worked.

In previous versions of Outlook, you have to go to Define View and change a number of settings, but here in Outlook 2010, it's really easy to save a view. If I have created a view that has exactly the things I want in it, for example, it's sorted by subject or sorted by person, and I have added perhaps a column, just go ahead and add Cc column, and move it up the list, so it's right after the subj...

Saving the current view
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Saving the current view provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Outlook 2010: Effective Email Management

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Business
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