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Chapter 16. Creating and Managing Data f... > Managing Names and Addresses with Ad...

Managing Names and Addresses with Address Books

Managing a list of names and addresses is a simple task if you use an address book application such as the one in Outlook or Schedule+ Personal Address Book. After you have entered names and addresses, you can perform a number of tasks on the information. For example, you can edit, insert, delete, search, and sort the information.

Word 97 allows you to specify the address book in Outlook or Schedule+ as the data source for a mail merge. Because many companies and individuals use Outlook or Schedule+ to manage personal schedules, meeting rooms, and resources, it makes sense to use Outlook or Schedule+ as your address book for names and contacts used by everyone in your workgroup. Names and contact information for your personal use can be stored in the Personal Address Book, described in the section, "Using Addresses from the Personal Address Book."


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