How to copy folder format in outlook from one folder to another


  1. Posts : 2
    MS Windows 10.0.19042
       #1

    How to copy folder format in outlook from one folder to another


    I have changed the folder format of my INBOX in Outlook. I want to copy the format from another folder but the website instructions say 'Click on VIEW tab'. I can't find the 'VIEW tab' ...
    My problem is the INBOX display gives a heading of the SENDER's NAME followed by the actual email from the sender. I don't want the Sender's Name to appear. Thanks for any help on this simple problem Willff
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  2. Posts : 2,702
    Windows 7 Pro
       #2

    Hi,

    I think you changed the view panel...

    Right click on the Bar with "Subject" "from" "Received" "etc". Select "Customize Current View" Click "Fields" Button.

    Add or remove fields from the right pane to suit your needs.

    This is how it looks in 2007How to copy folder format in outlook from one folder to another-screenshot00083.jpg
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  3. Posts : 2
    MS Windows 10.0.19042
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Thanks MaloK but clicking on the 'From', 'Subject', 'Received' header line gives a choice of 'Sort ascending', 'Sort descending' and 'Change the View'. Clicking on the 'Change the View' choice allows me to choose
    Density, Roomy, Cozy, Compact, Message height, Use multiple rows, and finally, Switch between single and multiple rows.
    this doesn't correspond with your description I'm afraid, but thank you for your speedy reply. Willff
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  4. Posts : 11,974
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 21H2 Build 19044.1826
       #4

    The View tab is at almost the top of the window. It's the thing that changes you from showing the View part of the Ribbon or the Home /Send-Receive/File part.
    How to copy folder format in outlook from one folder to another-view-tab.png

    Please would you post a link to the "website instructions" you are trying to follow.

    Which version of MSOffice are you using? 2021/365? or earlier?

    Denis
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