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#1 PattiChati

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Posted 10 March 2013 - 08:19 PM

I am putting all my addresses in microsoft outlook. I have never used it before. I can figure out, I think, how you enter the names and addresses, but then how do you view them in a list with their names, addresses and phone numbers all together. I have seen them as business cards - don't want. Have seen them in a list with just names, no adddress and phone numbers - don't want. I just want to see name, address, phone number. Can anyone walk me through this? As I said I have never used this program before and it sure look complex. Thank you.

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#2 Jo*

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Posted 16 March 2013 - 05:58 AM

Hi,

if you click on "Contacts" in the left panel of Outlook window, you get a list of cards.

Maybe this link will help you:
Outlook contacts tips
Scroll down to "Customizing Views".
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#3 jwing

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Posted 25 June 2013 - 11:43 PM

Hi, You can also go to the "view" option in Outlook when you have your contact list on your screen. It will show you all the options. Dunno if you use it on your work. If they use a mail server like Exchange, then ONLY use the regular contact list like Jo is talking about. It won't save extra contact lists and it will loose it when you get a new computer or when the company migrates to newer software. Just wanted to share this, because i have seen it many times.

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