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Chapter 3. Program Insights > Finding Your Stuff

3.6. Finding Your Stuff

Some days, it seems like "stuff" was designed to be lost. So it goes with Outlook items as well. Even if you systematically sort and file your records in a well-designed folder structure, there are still days when you simply cannot see the forest for trees. Enter Outlook's Find commands.

3.6.1. Simple Find

There are two implementations of the Find command in Outlook. The first, a simple search, is accessed either from the standard toolbar, or from the Tools → Find command. A Find pane opens above the current view, using a predefined set of search parameters. Type a search phrase in the "Look for" field, and click the Find Now button. Figure 3-41 shows a search on the "Yellow Dog, General" folder; the search phrase is cable modem. The results replace the contents of the current view.


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