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OS X® Mountain Lion Absolute Beginner’s Guide by Yvonne Johnson

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14. Using Contacts

In This Chapter

• Exploring the changes to the Contacts interface

• Adding a contact

• Customizing the Contact template

• Separating your contacts into groups

• Searching for contacts

• Editing, deleting, and archiving contacts

• Sending a vCard via email or text message

To be more consistent with the iDevices, Mountain Lion has changed the name of the Address Book application to Contacts. Contacts is your repository for names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, and so on, and using iCloud, you can synchronize your contacts across all your devices so you always have the latest information. This chapter covers the basics of creating, editing, deleting, and archiving contacts. Additionally, it tells you how to customize ...

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