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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Robert Cordingley, Charlie Russel

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Other Uses for Your Contacts

You can do much more with your contacts than view address and phone information or synchronize them with a personal digital assistant (PDA). Outlook offers many different methods of acting on the information stored within a contact item.

Linking a Contact to Other Outlook Items

You can associate a wide variety of other items with an Outlook contact item. This is helpful when viewing a contact's activities. You can see, all in one place, the emails, meetings, tasks, documents, and notes that relate to the contact.

→ For more information about activities, seeTracking a Contact's Activities,” p. 229.

You can associate any Outlook item to a contact through the Links property. This field can contain any type of Outlook ...

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