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How to display a list of all items pertaining to a Category in Outlook2007

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Whats the best way to list, display or print all the items (email, task, calender, etc.) for a particular Category?

We have Outlook 2007
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by:jusgre44
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To find all items in a specific category, you will need to do an Advanced Search. To do this, from the Look For/Search In line under toolbar in Outlook click on the Options drop-down and select Advanced Search.

When the Advanced Search window appears, click on the More Choices tab. Correctly type the category you wish to search for in the Categories field and then click the Find Now button. The search results should display at the bottom of the window.

If no results are displayed, you may have misspelled the category or have not assigned it to any items of the type you are searching.

To open any item in the search results, double-click on it in the search results.
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by:rayluvs
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Can't find the search... (see attachment).

If the search you are talking about is the one circled, it only looks into mail, I want to search the entire Outlook (email, task, calender, etc.)
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Within Microsoft Outlook 2007, press CTRL+SHIFT+F.

When the Advanced Search window appears, click on the More Choices tab. Correctly type the category you wish to search for in the Categories field and then click the Find Now button. The search results should display at the bottom of the window.

If no results are displayed, you may have misspelled the category or have not assigned it to any items of the type you are searching.

To open any item in the search results, double-click on it in the search results.
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by:rayluvs
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Thank you very much!

Is there a way to place the " Advanced Search" option in my top menu?
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by:jusgre44
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To add the Advanced Find button to your top menu, do as follows:

1.  Click View->Toolbars->Customize.
2.  Select the Commands tab and click the Tools category in the left pane.
3.  Scroll through the list of Commands in the right pane until you see Advanced Find....
4.  Click and Drag the Advanced Find button from this dialog box to your top toolbar.
5.  Click the Close button.
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by:rayluvs
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Thanx
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by:rayluvs
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thanx
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