Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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TIP An arrow to the right of a field name indicates that the displayed field is one of a
group of related fields that you can display in that location, one at a time. For
example, the arrow next to the email address field indicates that there are multiple email
address fields; clicking the arrow displays a list. Clicking a field in the list displays it in
place of the previous related field.
On the Contact tab, in the Show group, click Details to display the optional fields for
business and personal information that you might want to save as part of a contact
The Details page of a contact record window.
In the Show group, click Certificates to display digital IDs that you can use to encrypt
messages you send to this contact.
SEE ALSO For information about digital IDs, see “Increasing email security” in
Chapter 12, “Manage email settings.”
In the Show group, click All Fields to display the All Fields page of the contact record
window. The default view displays custom fields that you define yourself, none of
which are present in the default contact record window.
SEE ALSO For information about defining custom fields, see the sidebar “User-defined
fields” in Chapter 4, “Store and access contact information.”