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Windows 7: Outlook 7 problem


04 Nov 2012   #1

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Outlook 7 problem

I have outlook 7 with a email address with Hughes. I added a Hotmail address. The Hughes has an address book. Outlook wants me to use the same address book for Hotmail. Does anyone know how to have 2 separate address books? Or how to start a separate outlook 7 page?

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08 Nov 2012   #2

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Yes you can manage multiple address books in Outlook 2007; you can simply follow below steps:
  • Outlook 2007 >"Tools" menu and then select "Account Settings." A new window will open.
  • Click on the "Address books" tab, and then choose "New." A message appears in a dialog box asking you to select one of two ways to create an address book.
  • Select the "Add an additional address book" option, select "Next," choose the address book you want and then click "Next."
  • Restart Outlook 2007 for the changes to take effect. You can start using your additional address book as you add your contacts to the address book
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08 Nov 2012   #3

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Thanks, It worked! Now under address book there is a down arrow but no new address book.
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