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Chapter 21 Working with Outlook Contacts
Working with Outlook
Picture yourself getting rid of your Rolodex, no
longer typing or writing contact information on hundreds of little
cards that get mashed and smashed as you use them. Imagine
knowing exactly where to easily find street addresses, phone numbers,
and e-mail addresses without hunting for your address book, wherever
you put it. And, best of all, picture yourself no longer typing e-mail
addresses because you can have them automatically filled in. These are
just some of the advantages of using Outlook’s Contacts folder.
In Microsoft Office Outlook, your contacts are those whose information
you need to keep handy for future reference. Outlook stores all this
information in a folder: the Contacts folder.