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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft® Office 2003 by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 4. Keeping Track of People and Places by Using Contacts

In this chapter

  • Adding people to your Contacts folder

  • Importing addresses from Outlook Express

  • Viewing contacts in different ways

  • Finding contacts

  • Calling and emailing contacts

  • Sorting and organizing contacts

  • Finding messages from a particular person

  • Sharing contacts

One of the tasks for which you can use Outlook is to keep track of your contacts, the people—friends, co-workers, clients, and so on—whose address and other information you need to keep and use. You can include lots of information for each contact, including the mailing address, phone number, and email address. Outlook goes a lot further, however, enabling you to include such things as spouse’s name, anniversary, birthday, and ...

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