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Microsoft Outlook 2007, how to define which contact folder to save when creating new contact

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I wanted to know if there is a way to define what folder I can save a new contact to. I have the following categories, Contacts, Business, Auction. When I create a new contact, i can't find an option to save it to the Business or Auction folder. Please see picture
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Hi, ericc2728.

That's not possible.  Newly created contacts always go in the default contacts folder unless you go to the folder you want the contact in and create it from there.  That cannot be changed.  
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