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Make your choices and name your template.

Depending on the task, you'll need to tell Outlook where to move a message, how to categorize a message, what flag to set, to whom to send or forward a message, or to whom to send a meeting invitation. After you input this information into the First Time Setup dialog box, be sure to also give this Quick Step a name that will help you remember what it does.

Click the Finish button, and the First Time Setup dialog box closes.

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