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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Ken Slovak

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Adding Contacts

As you learned in the previous sections, you can add a new contact from the Address Book dialog, either by importing a contact from a selected address book entry or by using New Entry. However, you usually add contacts when working in a Contacts folder, not from the Address Book dialog.

Creating a Contact in Table View

This section could also be called the “easy way” to create a contact. If you are viewing a Contacts folder in a table view, such as Phone List, you can add a new contact by entering a name in the Click here to add a new contact field. This field is located just below the column headings in the table view (see Figure 6.9).

Figure 6.9. The Click here to add a new contact field enables you to quickly create a new contact ...

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