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How can search email in outlook?
my outlook seems didn't have search bar like in this video

Here is screenshot of my Outlook:

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As you can see, my outlook didn't have search bar on top right like in the video.

I use outlook 2011 version 14.0.0

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You can show your search bar by right clicking your top bar (just at the text "Inbox") and select to show symbols, then also the search bar will appear.


(don't mind I'm using a swedish version of Outlook)

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Nope i didn't have it. as screenshot i attached, that is the rightest corner. And it's empty @_@ –  GusDeCooL Jan 7 '13 at 10:21
Don't you get a context menu when right-clicking? –  jtheman Jan 7 '13 at 11:55
ah i see. i hide the toolbar for search @_@ –  GusDeCooL Jan 8 '13 at 13:33

After the above steps answered by jtheman, the below screen will be appearing.

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After appearing the “Search” tab, click on it and just below of the tab all items will display as: folder, sub-folder, All Mail, All Items, Subjects,From, Attachments, Send To etc. accordingly you can select any of your required items from the list.

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Hope, it will make your query easier.

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