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Office 2016 All-In-One For Dummies by Peter Weverka

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Chapter 2

Maintaining the Contacts Folder

In This Chapter

arrow Recording information about a new contact

arrow Creating a contact group

arrow Locating a contact in the Contacts folder

arrow Printing contact information in the Contacts folder

In pathology (the study of diseases and how they’re transmitted) a contact is a person who passes on a communicable disease, but in Outlook, a contact is someone about whom you keep information. Information about contacts is kept in the Contacts folder. This folder is a super-powered address book. It has places for storing people’s names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, web pages, birthdays, anniversaries, nicknames, and other stuff besides. When you address an email, you can get it straight from the Contacts folder to be sure that the address is entered correctly.

This short but happy chapter explains how to maintain a tried-and-true Contacts folder, enter information about people in the folder, create contact groups to make sending the same message to many people easier, find a missing contact, and print the information in the Contacts folder.

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