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    Do you use Outlook 2010 on Windows 7? Category question..

    If you use Outlook on 2010 with Windows 7, can you print contacts by category? This is important to me. Thanks.

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    Bob,

    The short answer is Yes!

    Long answer 2010 ships with a By Category option on the Current View Tab and you can also define a Custom View to show only a single category.

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    Thanks. I thought Lounge would notify me of a post. Here's the problem. With Outlook 2010 in XP, in Current View, there was an option for "Category View." I could select any category to view from a dropdown menu. I do not see that view using the same program installed from the same Office professional disk onto my Win7 machine. I really want that view! And, I want to be able to print contacts in card format by category. That used to be very easy in my XP machine. Not so with my Win7 machine. I don't understand. I was told that the OS has no effect on the performance of Office.

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    Bob,

    I get the same views available on both my Win 7 HP machine and my Win 8.1 Pro machine running 2010 Pro on both. Sorry, I no longer have an XP machine to test on.
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    Nor do I. I installed Win7 on it, but not Outlook. I have some screenshots from the XP of Outlook 2010.

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