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    contact list (outlook 2000)

    EMAZING sent me a cute trick for making an addressbook shortcut on the desk top
    (Address Book Shortcut

    To create an Address Book shortcut on your Desktop,
    right-click the Desktop, click New, and then Shortcut. In
    the Create Shortcut window, click Browse and select All
    Files in the Files Of Type drop-down list at the bottom of
    the window. Click the WINDOWS folder, the APPLICATIONS DATA
    folder, the MICROSOFT folder and the ADDRESS BOOK folder to
    locate your address book file (you'll probably see your
    name next to a small address book icon). Click the View
    menu above (icon of small window with a list) and select
    Details. The file that displays Address Book File under the
    Type column heading is the one you should highlight so it
    appears in the File Name field of the Browse window. Click
    Open and then Next.

    The next window you'll see is Select A Title For The
    Program. Type Windows Address Book and click Finish. A
    Windows Address Book shortcut icon will appear on your
    Desktop. You can also drag it to your Quick Launch bar if
    you prefer to access the Address Book from there.

    Double-click the new icon, and click the Main Identity's
    Contacts folder in the left pane to display your contact
    listings in the right pane. If you don't get the
    double-pane view of the Address Book, click View from the
    menu bar and click Folders And Groups.)

    How do I import my contact list to the windows address book?
    Thanks
    Terry Baldwin

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    Re: contact list (outlook 2000)

    I just figured out I can drag contacts to the desktop so i don't know what the point of the EMAZING outlook tip. I am curious about the incompatibility of import/export formats. But all in all, never mind.

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