Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Putting In Your Contacts: Names, Numbers, and Other Stuff
•Ifyouwantthispersonfiledundersomethingotherthanhisorher
name, click in the File As box and type in your preferred designation.
For example, you may want to file your dentist’s name under the
term Dentist rather than by name. If you put Dentist in the File As
box, the name turns up under Dentist in the alphabetical listing
rather than under the name itself. Both the Full Name and the File
As designation exist in your Contacts list. That way (for example),
you can search for your dentist either by name or by the word
Dentist.
7. Click in the E-Mail text box and enter your contact’s e-mail address.
If your contact has more than one e-mail address, click the arrow next
to E-Mail (shown in Figure 7-4), select E-Mail 2, click in the text box, and
then enter the second address.
Click here for another e-mail address.
Figure 7-4:
You can
enter more
than one
e-mail
address for
each
person
in your
Contacts
list.
8. Click in the text box beside the Business Phone box and type the
contact’s business phone number.
9. Click in the text box beside the Home Phone box and type the
contact’s home phone number.
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