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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Plain & Simple by Jim Boyce

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Working with the Address Book

You can use the Outlook Address Book to search for and select names, e-mail addresses, and distribution lists. When you type a recipient name in the To field of the Message window, Outlook searches the Address Book for a match. The Address Book actually gives you access to potentially several address books, including information from the Contacts folder, Microsoft Exchange Server Global Address List (if you have an Exchange Server mailbox), and Internet directory services. Depending on the way you have Outlook set up, you may have information from only one of these sources, or you may have contact information from multiple types.

Open the Address Book

  1. In Outlook, choose Address Book from the Tools menu or click the ...

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