Viewing contacts


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Viewing contacts

If you have ever kept a day planner, a little black address book, you know how hard it is to keep current. People move, get new phones, change their email address. You spend a lot of time erasing faded pencil entries, or crossing out and rewriting, squeezing the new info wherever it can fit, and so losing your alphabetical order completely. Outlook's contacts will put an end to all that. By storing the information on your computer, you can update with ease and print out fresh address books anytime. In addition, the contacts list is fully is integrated with your email and calendar as well.

So let's take a look at how your contacts work. To view your contacts, you can click on Contacts down here at the bottom of the Navigation pane, or go up to the View menu, highlight Go To, and come across to Contacts. You can also press Command+3. Outlook defaults with your contact in a list like this, with the person's information in a pane on the right. But you can change that in several places...

Viewing contacts
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Viewing contacts provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Outlook for Mac 2011 Essential Training

Subject:
Business
Software:
Outlook for Mac
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