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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Ken Slovak

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Moving, Copying, and Renaming Folders

If you create a folder and later decide you want to place it in a different location, you can move the folder to wherever you want it relocated. You can also copy a folder and all its contents to a new location, and you can rename a folder if you decide you don't like its original name. However, you can't move, copy, or rename any of the default Outlook folders.

To move or copy a folder, follow these steps:

1.
Select the folder as the current folder. You can select the folder in the Navigation Pane's Folder List or in one of the groupings such as Mail in the Navigation Pane.
2.
Select File, Folder, Move foldername or Copy foldername, where foldername is the name of the folder you want to move or copy. Figure ...

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