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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Working with Contacts

After creating contacts or importing them into Outlook, you can work with them. Outlook makes it easy to view and sort your contacts in different ways, edit the information in a contact record, organize your contacts into groups, and communicate with them.

Viewing and Sorting Your Contacts

To view your list of contacts, click the Contacts button in the Navigation Pane. You can then expand the My Contacts list by clicking the white triangle next to it, and click one of the groups of contacts that it contains. For example, the Contacts screen in Figure 25–17 shows two groups of contacts: the Contacts group in Outlook, and a Linked In group imported from the Linked In social network.

Figure 25–17. Click the Contacts button ...

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