Working with Outlook

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   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 your Outlook contacts have more than one address each, you may want to select which one is used in Word. This tip provides the guidance you need.

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