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The following articles are available for the 'Working with Outlook' topic. Click the article's title (shown in bold) to see the associated article.
Accessing a List of Outlook Contacts
The information stored in Outlook can be utilized in Word, the same as with any other Microsoft Office application. Getting at that information from within Word, however, can sometimes be tricky. This tip explains a couple of ways you can get at contact information that you need to use in your documents.
Getting Rid of Addresses
Word interfaces easily with other Office programs, such as Outlook. As an example, the Envelopes and Labels dialog box includes a tool that allows you to select an address from your address book for use in Word. Deleting addresses from this list can be troublesome, unless you follow the steps in this tip.
Picking Which Outlook Address to Use in Word
If you Outlook addresses have more than one address each, you may want to select which one is used in Word.
Using Proper Addresses from Outlook
How to use the Outlook addresses you want in Word.