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Introduction

In Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, a contact is a complete set of information relating to either a person or an entire company. The data collected is stored in the Contacts folder, the digital interface through which contact information can be created, displayed, sorted, and edited. This information is then integrated into a variety of other Outlook tools and Microsoft Office programs so that basic information, such as name and primary contact data, is available throughout a wide spectrum of related software. The biggest advantage of using contacts in Outlook is the ability to add, update, organize, or delete the information once, and then to have those changes available to you from all of the Office programs.

Your list of contacts will be a main focus of your Outlook environment. Your contacts will be tied to your e-mail, calendar, and journal. You will communicate electronically with the people represented by the entries in your Contacts list, and you will schedule meetings with those people. You will track your interaction with your contacts, and you will share information with them as well.


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