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cannot see "add to favorites" entry in outlook

Posted on 2013-06-05
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when i right click on a folder in my outlook the entry: "add to favorites" is not there.
as it is not enabled...
how can i fix it

my computer:
win7
office 2010
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in which navigation pane are you? mail or folders?
it should be available in the mail navigation pane.
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thanks , worked..
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