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

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Printing Contacts

Even though you're using Outlook heavily for all of your personal information management needs, there likely will be times you need to take Outlook information with you when you're away from your desk. Outlook offers a variety of different print styles for your contact items. You can print a list to put in your PDA, print to a file and send to a colleague, or print detailed contact information a page at a time.

Selecting a Print Style

Outlook offers five different print styles for the Contacts folder, depending on which type of view you're currently using. You can select from the following print styles:

  • Card style— Prints contacts very much like they appear on the screen in Address Card view.

  • Small Booklet style— Prints contacts ...

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