Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Removing or changing contacts
It’s just as easy to edit or remove contact information from the Office Live
address book as it is to enter the information in the first place.
Here’s all you need to do:
1. Select a contact by clicking it.
If your plan is to delete multiple contacts you can speed up the process
by holding down the Ctrl key, and then clicking each contact that you
want to remove to select contacts that are not next to each other. Click
the first contact in a sequence of contacts, hold down the Shift key, and
then click the last contact to select consecutive contacts.
3. Click Delete to delete the contact or Edit to change the contact
4. Click Yes to confirm the deletion or Save to save your changes.
Printing your contact information
After you spend hours and hours slaving over the computer inputting your
contacts — or maybe you just clicked a button and imported a whole slew of
them in one fell click — you might have the urge to print your address book
for posterity. As you might have guessed by now, just about anything is
possible in Office Live — including the ability to print an address book.
Here’s all you have to do to print your contacts:
1. Click Contacts in the E-Mail section of the Office Live Home page.
The Office Live Mail address book opens.
2. Click Print on the toolbar.
If you’re not sure what the icon looks like, you’ll find it cleverly disguised
as a printer. A printable copy of your address book opens in a new page.
3. Click Print.
As you would suspect, your printer responds accordingly and starts
spitting out paper containing your contact information. The size of each
entry depends on the information you entered for the contact. For
example, if you only added the first and last name and the e-mail address of
the contact, that’s all that appears. If you added further information
(such as an address and additional e-mail addresses for a contact), all
that information prints as well.