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Learn Office 2011 for Mac OS X by Guy Hart-Davis

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Chapter 23. Keeping Your Contacts in Order

In this chapter, I'll show you how to use Outlook to keep your contacts in order.

We'll start by going through how to create contacts either from scratch or by importing your existing contacts from sources such as address books or spreadsheets. After that, we'll examine how to work with contacts: viewing and arranging your contacts to reveal the ones you need, editing contact information when necessary, and quickly starting communications to your contacts.

Creating Contacts

What you'll probably need to do first is create some contacts in Outlook. You can create contacts by entering the information manually, by merging your Address Book or MobileMe contacts with Outlook, or by importing existing contacts ...

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