Keeping tabs with Contacts


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Keeping tabs with Contacts

Like Calendar, Contacts has inherited the look of the iOS version of the program. And like the paper-based counterpart that you may have jammed in a desk drawer, Mountain Lion's Contacts is designed to hold and organize your Contacts. Let's give it a look. Go ahead to the Dock and click on Contacts. It's most basic. Contacts is a place where you add single contacts and to do that, click on the plus button, in the second column, enter a name and some other information. Add a company name if you like.

You could choose a phone number and choose a variety of phones, so if you want to add somebody's iPhone specifically, select that. Notice that it formats the number for you. You can add an email address, home page URL, and so on and so forth. You can also add notes if you like. When you're done, click on Done. Now, when you first open Contacts, you should see at least one card, and that card will be yours, and you can tell it's yours because there's a little head icon...

Keeping tabs with Contacts
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Keeping tabs with Contacts provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Mountain Lion Essential Training

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