This article is part 12 of a series of thirteen articles that explain how to use Outlook 2000 to communicate through e-mail. To view the other articles in this series, please see the "Additional Resources" section later in this article.
You have created a couple of folders in which to place your messages, so now you need to move the messages into the appropriate storage locations. Follow these steps:
With the Inbox folder selected in the folder list and its contents displayed in the workspace, select both the reply and the forwarded message about the letter to Al Pine by selecting one, holding down the Shift key, and selecting the other.
With the messages highlighted, drag them to the Clients folder. When you release the mouse button, Outlook moves the messages from the Inbox folder to the Clients folder.
Move the Confirm Conference Room message from the Inbox folder to the Coworkers folder.
Next click the Folder List's Close button to close it and then choose Outlook Bar from the View menu to redisplay the Outlook bar.
In the My Shortcuts group on the Outlook bar, click first the Coworkers icon and then the Clients icon to view their contents in the workspace.
For additional information, click the article numbers below to view the articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
307377 OL2000: Communicating with E-Mail: Part 1: Using the Inbox
310484 OL2000: Communicating with E-Mail: Part 2: Composing Messages
310485 OL2000: Communicating with E-Mail: Part 3: Addressing Messages Quickly
310486 OL2000: Communicating with E-Mail: Part 4: Attaching Files to Messages
310491 OL2000: Communicating with E-Mail: Part 5: Sending and Retrieving Messages
310487 OL2000: Communicating with E-Mail: Part 6: Replying to Messages
310488 OL2000: Communicating with E-Mail: Part 7: Forwarding Messages
310489 OL2000: Communicating with E-Mail: Part 8: Deleting Messages
307438 OL2000: Communicating with E-Mail: Part 9: Organizing Messages
310580 OL2000: Communicating with E-Mail: Part 11: Using Folders
310582 OL2000: Communicating with E-Mail: Part 13: Organizing Messages with the Rules Wizard
The information in this article is an excerpt from the Quick Course in Microsoft Outlook 2000 book, published by Microsoft Press.
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