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Working with E-mail, Contacts, and Events : Create a Contact Category

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You can organize your contacts into one or more categories, which is useful if you want to view just a subset of your contacts. For example, you could create one category for your work colleagues, another for your family members, a third for people working on a current project, and so on.

Categories are particularly handy if you have a large number of contacts in Windows Live Contacts. By creating and maintaining categories, you can navigate your contacts more easily. You can also perform category-wide tasks, such as sending a single e-mail message that gets distributed to everyone in the category.

Create a Contact Category

1 Click the New .

2 Click Category.

• You can also click the Create a new category link.

The Create a New Category dialog box appears.

3 Type a name for the category.

4 Click a contact that you want to include in the category.

• Windows Live Contacts adds the contact to the category.



5 Repeat Step 4 for the other contacts you want to add to the category.

NOTE

If you add the wrong contact by accident, you can remove it by clicking the contact name again.

6 Click Save.

• Windows Live Contacts adds the category.



Simplify It

Can I send an e-mail message to all the contacts in a category?

Yes, this is one of the best reasons to create a category. Normally, sending an e-mail message to multiple contacts involves typing or selecting multiple addresses. With a category, however, you send a single message to the category, and Windows Live Mail automatically sends a copy to each member. Right-click the category and then click Send e-mail.

How do I edit or delete a category?

If you want to add new contacts to the category or delete existing contacts, right-click the category and then click Edit Category (or double-click the category). If you want to delete a category, right-click the category and then click Delete Category. When Windows Live Contacts asks you to confirm the deletion, click OK.

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