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Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Adding a New Contact (part 2) - Use the Contact Window

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Use the Contact Window

  1. Click the Contacts icon on the Navigation Pane to display the Contacts folder.

  2. Click New Contact.

  3. Type information about your contact in the appropriate fields.

  4. From the File As drop-down list, select one of the ways in which Outlook can display the contact’s name, such as last name first, first name last, and so on.

  5. Type any additional useful information in the Notes box at the bottom of the address card.

  6. Click Save & Close to save your changes.

    Use the Contact Window

Caution

When you type the email address of a contact, be sure you standard he correctly. An incorrect address prevents your messages from being sent successfully. Take the time to reverify your orthography of an email address. You can, naturally, change it later, but it is the best to ensure itself than it is correct now.

Tip

If the contact already exists in your Contacts folder, Outlook asks whether you want to update the information in the existing contact with the new information.

Tip

If you want to keep the Inbox open and also open Contacts, right-click Contacts on the Navigation Pane and choose Open in New Window.

Tip

To make sure that Outlook can dial the phone number for a contact, type phone numbers as numbers; don’t use acronyms or letters.

 
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