How to Use Folders in Outlook
Folders are a great way to keep your Outlook items organized. Using folders not only streamlines the appearance of your Outlook, but it can also make it easier to file your items and save you time finding what you’re looking for.
The Create New Folder dialog box appears.
Selecting a type of item from this menu will control which view the folder can be found in, as well as what it can contain.
You can create a folder at the root level of your account by selecting your account at the top, or create a subfolder by selecting another folder.
The folder is created.
Right-click the Folder Pane and select New Folder.
You can move items from one folder to another using the Folder Pane on the left.
The item is moved into the new folder.
You can also select the item, click the Move button on the Home tab, and then select a new location.
You can use Rules and Quick Steps to automatically move items into certain folders.
You can edit a folder to change its name or location.
The folder is renamed. You can also move a folder to a new location.
The folder is moved.
You can delete a folder if you no longer need it.
A dialog box pops up, asking you to confirm that you want to delete the folder.
The folder and all its contents are deleted.
Right-click the folder and select Delete Folder.
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