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Using the Address Book

The Address Book is basically a launch pad that allows you to access information lists (they are all considered address books) that contain e-mail addresses and other contact information. Because you create your own Contacts list, you always have this resource available, even if you aren't connected to a special network server and you access your e-mail by connecting to the Internet. You can find more information about building your Contacts list in Lesson 11, "Creating a Contacts List." Outlook also has the capability to access Web-based address directories such as Bigfoot and InfoSpace, which are both Web directories that can help you find people's e-mail addresses.

You can open the Address Book feature by clicking the To button or Cc button on a new message or by clicking the Address Book icon on the Outlook toolbar. After the Address Book dialog box is open, as shown in Figure 10.1, you can use the Show Names from the drop-down list to select the specific address book (such as your Personal Address Book or Contacts list) that you want to view.


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