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20. Mail and Address Book > Address Book

Address Book

Address Book is Mac OS X’s little-black-book program—an electronic Rolodex where you can stash the names, job titles, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, and Internet chat screen names of all the people in your life (Figure 20-15). Address Book can hold other related information too, such as birthdays and anniversaries, as well as any other tidbits of personal data you’d like to keep at your fingertips.

The big question: Why isn’t this program named iContact? With its three-paned view, soft rounded buttons and brushed-aluminum style windows, it certainly looks like a close cousin of iPhoto and iTunes.

Figure 20-15. The big question: Why isn’t this program named iContact? With its three-paned view, soft rounded buttons and brushed-aluminum style windows, it certainly looks like a close cousin of iPhoto and iTunes.

Once you make Address Book the central repository of all your personal contact information, you can call up this information in a number of convenient ways:


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