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Chapter 27. Outlook Essentials > Secrets of the Office Masters: Building a Libr...

Secrets of the Office Masters: Building a Library of Saved Searches

Outlook's Advanced Find dialog box is powerful but frustrating to use. Setting up even a moderately complex search typically requires a frightening number of mouse clicks in drop-down lists. One way to dramatically increase your productivity is to build a library of saved searches that you can reopen easily. Even if you need to modify one or two details of a saved search, it's usually much easier to do so than to start from scratch.

Create a subfolder in the My Documents folder called Saved Outlook Searches. Whenever you create and save a search, store it here so that you can access it again.


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