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How to save the email address book?

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How can I save the address book in Netscape and in Explorer to a text format so I can print it?
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rifty earned 150 total points
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1. Open Netscape, and go to Window/Address Book.
2. Go to the File menu and do a "Save as" - it will create a file on your disk you can name.
3. Double Click on that file, or Open it in Netscape. It will appear on the screen with all the information you put into the address book.
4. Print that. Done!

I'm sure the method for Explorer is similar. If you have trouble with it, I will detail it for you.

Rifty.
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by:coolmom
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Answer worked great....I found I had to copy/paste the email address in the description box for it to appear in the file. Otherwise all I would get was a list of names...Thanks Rifty
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