Searching for contacts


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Searching for contacts

Hunting down contact information using a traditional address book could be very time consuming. First, you have to locate the address book, and then you have to remember if it listed the contact alphabetically by first your last name, or if you listed it by company name. Outlook takes the pain out of finding contact information by providing you with multiple ways to find your contact information. We are going to start by going to the Contact section of Outlook, which we get to by clicking the Contacts icon in the Navigation bar. Once there, we have our Quick Search window, and this will help to find our contacts in numerous ways.

We are going to start off with an easy search. We are going to look for someone whose last name happens to be Reed. So, I type in "Reed" and quite quickly, Outlook is able to come up with two contacts who's last name is both Reed. At this point I can open up the appropriate contact, get the information. When I am finished with this query and want to r...

Searching for contacts
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Searching for contacts provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Karen Fredricks as part of the Outlook 2010 Essential Training

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