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My New Mac, Lion Edition by Wallace Wang

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Creating Groups

Address Book can theoretically store thousands of names and their contact information. Of course the more names you store, the harder it can be to find any particular name. While searching can help, Address Book offers another option, called groups.

The idea behind groups is to organize related names together such as the names of all people related to work, just family members, or people who owe you money. Address Book creates a default group called All Contacts, which displays all names stored in Address Book.

When you create additional groups, each group simply shows you a subset of your entire Address Book. If you make any changes to data displayed in one group, those changes automatically appear throughout Address Book. Groups ...

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