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Outlook® 2013 Absolute Beginner’s Guide by Sherry Kinkoph Gunter, Diane Poremsky

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8. Contacts

In This Chapter

Introducing the new People Hub

Creating and using Outlook contacts

Linking contacts in Outlook’s new contact cards

Creating and using contact groups

Introducing the Address Book

Working with contact views

Configuring contact options

Contact management is one reason many people choose Outlook over other email clients. Not only can you store email addresses, phone numbers, and mailing addresses in contacts, but you can also store personal information such as your contacts’ birthdays, anniversary dates, and spouses’ or children’s names.

You can use contacts as an email addresses book, or to address letters in Word. Smartphones and tablets can synchronize their address books with Outlook contacts. This ...

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