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Selecting multiple objects
You can select multiple objects using your operating system's normal selection commands.
In addition, you can select objects based on a common value, such as the same author or same date. This is a useful way to highlight likely objects when you are scanning a list for a particular object. To do this, choose Select Similar Items from the context menu.
In list view, open this menu from an object with the value you want to select, in the column that contains this value.
In icon views, open this menu from the part of an object that shows the value you want to select (such as a flag).
For example, to select all messages with the subject "Budget", find a message with this subject, then open the context menu from "Budget" and choose Select Similar Items.
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Selecting a subject actually selects a message thread. All messages in the thread are selected, even if the subject wording was changed.
To open multiple selected objects, choose File > Open > Open Selected.

Combining the contents of multiple objects
To view the combined contents of multiple selected objects such as messages or documents in a single window, choose Message > Summarize Selected. The objects are displayed one after the other in a temporary document that is no longer accessible after you close it.
Before you close this document, you can search it for specific text, print it, or copy the contents and paste them into a permanent object.