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Mike Gee

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I use Outlook as a filing system for my work e-mail (lots of e-mail). I have a folder/subfolder hierarchy to keep myself organized, but when scrolling through it is difficult to pick out specific and current project folders quickly.
I would like to be able to change the font color, attributes and size of the folder names so I can spot them quickly. Does anyone know how to do this?
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Stormin237

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To my knowledge there are no options available to change format folder fonts.

If one of my users came to me with this question, I would recommend a sub folder format say Current & OldStuff.
Or preferentially set up a archive folder for OldStuff to remove it from your current Outlook PST file, but making it available should you wish to refer to it in the future.

It is also possible to just copy all your OldStuff into a Windows folder.

HTH
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Mike Gee

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I have looked and looked in Outlook and can't find any help. I was hoping someone could telll me about some add on software or even some registry hacks...
Thanks for your suggestion though.
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