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Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Working with Contacts - Viewing Your Contacts Folder - Use the Contacts Folder, Add a Contact in the Address Book

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Outlook lets to you look at your contacts as series of simple charts of address or only one feature, moving by your file of contacts as if they were an electronic directory or address book. Another manner of looking at your information of contact is by the address book of Outlook, which enumerates contacts alphabetically.

Use the Contacts Folder

  1. Click the Contacts icon on the Navigation Pane.

  2. Click the View tab on the ribbon.

  3. Click Change View.

  4. Select the view type you want to use to view the contact information in the Contacts folder. You can choose from the following list:

    • Business Card

    • Card

    • Phone

    • List

    Use the Contacts Folder

See Also

One task that no one wants to face is typing in all their contacts a second time. This is why it’s a good idea to set up a backup schedule to make sure your contacts are backed up at least once a week. 

Try This!

To see how Outlook displays your contact information in different formats, select each of the views in the Change View drop-down list. When you see one that you like, such as the Phone view, keep it so that the next time you open the Contacts folder that view is showing.

Add a Contact in the Address Book

  1. Click Address Book on the Home tab of the ribbon.

  2. Choose New Entry from the File menu.

  3. Click New Contact in the New Entry dialog box.

  4. Choose a location for the new contact.

  5. Click OK.

  6. Add the new contact information to the appropriate fields.

  7. Click Save & Close.

    Add a Contact in the Address Book

Tip

You can add contact groups to the Contacts folder using the Address Book. Rather than clicking New Contact in the Select The Entry Type dialog box, click New Contact Group. The new contact group appears in the Contacts folder alongside individual entries.

 
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