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Samsung Galaxy Tabs For Dummies by Dan Gookin

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Chapter 5

All Your Friends in the Galaxy

In This Chapter

arrow Exploring the Contacts app

arrow Searching and sorting your contacts

arrow Adding new contacts

arrow Editing and changing contacts

arrow Updating a contact's picture

arrow Deleting contacts

When I was a kid, I kept a dozen or so phone numbers in my head. That was enough to call someone in a pinch. Beyond that, there was the address book or numbers written down on the kitchen cabinet. Today, things are different. People typically have not only more than one phone number but also e-mail addresses, websites, and a host of other information. Why cram all that stuff inside your head when you have something handy like your Galaxy Note or Galaxy Tab to store it for you?

As a communications device, your tablet has a need to harbor information about all the people you know — specifically, those with whom you want to communicate electronically. From sending e-mail ...

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