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Outlook® 2013 Absolute Beginner’s Guide by Sherry Kinkoph Gunter, Diane Poremsky

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16. Using Search

Finding your messages in a large mailbox isn’t difficult when you use Instant Search. If you use the same search over and over, you can create a search folder, which contains always-up-to-date search results.

Outlook offers several ways to find things in your mailbox: Instant Search, Search folders, Find Related, Advanced Find, filters in custom views, and the People pane. Each method uses essentially the same search criteria, and each method has benefits.

Instant Search

Instant Search is a quick and easy way to find your messages, contacts, or appointments. Type a keyword ...

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