How to rename notes in Outlook?
As you see, a note will be named automatically when you save it in Microsoft Outlook. Let’s say you paste a website URL in a note and save it, and this note’s name will be shown as the pasted URL. See the following screen shot:
It seems no way to rename existing notes at all. Actually, notes are named by the first line of its content. Therefore, you can rename an existing note with adding text at the beginning of note content.
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The following steps will walk you through renaming an existing note in Microsoft Outlook easily.
Step 1: Shift to the Note view with clicking the Note button at the bottom of Navigation Pane.
Step 2: Open the note that you will rename later with double clicking.
Step 3: In the opened note, enter a new name at the beginning of existing text. See the following screen shot:
Step 4: Just click the Close button at the upper-right corner to exit the note.
Now the note is renamed immediately. See the following screen shot:
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