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Create a Contact Group in Outlook: Overview             You can create a contact group in Outlook to email several contacts at once. Contact groups are handy for sending emails only to a selected group of people in your contacts folder. Therefore, before you can create a contact group in Outlook, you must create the individual

Link Contacts in Outlook on the Web: Overview             It is easy to link contacts in Outlook on the Web. Outlook on the Web automatically finds and “links” similar contact information into a single view within a person’s contact card.             To view a contact card, click a person’s name within your contacts list. In

Manage Contacts in Outlook: Overview             This lesson shows you how to manage contacts in Outlook. The first activity you must learn to manage contacts in Outlook is how to select contacts. To select a single contact when viewing the Contacts folder, click the contact’s entry in the Contacts folder. The entry is then highlighted

Print Contacts in Outlook: Overview             You can print contacts in Outlook to create a hard copy of your contact list. You can choose to print only selected contacts or the entire Contacts folder. If you want to print only specific contacts, you will need to select the contacts to print by selecting them within

Create a New Contact in Office 365: Overview             To create a new contact in Office 365 from the “People” App, click the App Launcher in the Nav Bar. Click the People icon to open your contact list.             To create a new contact in Office 365, click the “+ New” link below the App

Create a Contact from Email in Outlook Web App: Overview             When you receive an email from someone not yet in your contact list, you can easily add the person to your contact list. To create a contact from email in Outlook Web App, display the message in the Reading pane of the Outlook Web

Use the Bcc Field for Confidentiality with Contact Groups: Overview             In this lesson, you will learn about creating contact groups and how to use the Bcc field for confidentiality when sending emails to your contact groups. Note that contact groups were called “distribution lists” in Outlook 2007, however they retain the same functionality in

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