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Chapter 18. Saving and Finding Outlook I... > Using the Outlook Save As Feature

Using the Outlook Save As Feature

Generally, when you finish adding a new task, appointment, meeting, contact, or other item, Outlook automatically saves that item for you, or you're prompted to save the item yourself. You can also save most items in Outlook in other file formats, such as text or some other format using the Save As command. Saving an item in a different format allows you to open that information in another application.

In fact, any application that supports the file format in which you save your Outlook item could be used to open that new file. For example, you might save an item—a journal entry or an appointment page—as a text file so that you can open the file in Word and include the journal information in a report (virtually every application that manipulates some form of a document is capable of opening text files).


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