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Outlook 2003: How do I get the Holiday Cards category to show up under View> Arrange By> Current View in contacts

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How do I get the Holiday Cards category to show up under View> Arrange By> Current View in Outlook 2003 contacts?
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by:David Lee
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CPChem1,

I'm not clear on what you're asking.  There's no need to do anything with the current view.  Use the default view "By Category", then expand the category Holiday Cards.
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I found the answer. I was not sure what to ask, but hte more I surfed the internet, the more info I found and ended up understsnding what I needed to do.   Thank you for your response. Here is the info.
How to create a view in Contacts

Example – Holiday Cards

Open Outlook
Click on contacts
Go to View > Arrange By > Current view > Define Views
Create a New view
Type in the name of the View (This ex = Holiday Cards),  select Card and then select all contact folders.
Select the OK button.
Click on the filter button
Click the More Choices tab and click on categories. Select Holiday Cards and then select the OK button.
Selct the OK button
Select the OK button to exit customize views and select the close button to exit define views
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