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Outlook 2010 Search function question.

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In Outlook 2003, I can always right click on a folder and do a find.  I can do things such as finding a keyword from a piece of email from/to a specific person - please see the diagram.  

How do I do the same in Outlook 2010?  Please advise.

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Press ctrl+shift+f .
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