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How to search Outlook for specific message content?

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Is there a way to search Outlook 2007 for message containing words, I mean the content not the subject?
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Ctrl + Shift + F brings up advanced search.
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That command only puts my cursor in the search box I need help finding where to specify key words in the message content?
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Got it working thanks.
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No problem, glad I could help you.
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