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Custom Button in Outlook 2007

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I'm using Outlook 2007 and would like a custom button that will do these to whatever email is selected:

- Mark the mail as read.

- Move the mail to a specific folder.

Can someone please help me with this? I've searched and can't find how to make such a button.

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write or record a macro that does that. then create a button for it. as far as i know, outlook 2007 does not have the ribbon interface so it shouldn't be that hard to assign a button the macro action.

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I tried making a macro:

Tools -> Macro -> Macros

but it looks like you have to know how to program.

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You can record a macro. I don't use outlook so I don't know if Outlook 2007 has a feature to record but I know Excel and Word both have a record feature. Even if you don't know how to write a macro, you can record it, then see how VBA works and you can learn to do some custom editing after recording. Play around outlook and see if you find a record. then record your actions.

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