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Chapter 6. Using Address Book > Viewing Contact Information

Viewing Contact Information

When you log in to your .Mac Address Book at www.mac.com, a page opens displaying a list of your contacts. If you don't have a lot of contacts, you might just want to browse through the list until you find the person you need to reach. When your contacts start to number in the hundreds, however, performing a search for the person you need to get in touch with will save you time.

To browse contact information

1.
Log in to your .Mac Address Book.

The main .Mac Address Book page opens, listing your contacts and their e-mail addresses and phone numbers.

2.
In the lower left corner of the page, click the downward-pointing arrow to bring up the next set of ten addresses (Figure 6.8).

Figure 6.8. To see the next set of ten contacts, click the downward-pointing arrow.


The next set of ten addresses appears.

3.
Click a name, e-mail address, or phone number to bring up the detailed information for that contact.

The contact's detailed information page opens (Figure 6.9).

Figure 6.9. The detailed information page for a given contact contains as much information as you've entered, but it can include name; work and home addresses; work and home e-mail addresses; work, home, mobile, and fax numbers; Web-site URLs, and more.



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