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Ways to Organize Contacts view in Outlook 2002

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I am using a trianing program that refers to a  "Ways to Organize Contacts" pane. I cannot find this pane in any view in Outlook. Please provide info. on how to access this view
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Menu: Open the Tools menu and choose Organize.
 Toolbar: Click the  icon showing little yellow squares Organize button on the Standard toolbar.
The Ways to Organize Contacts pane will be displayed on top of the Contacts view
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