Printing Personal AddressBook


Our Mail-Server is running MS-Exchange 5.5.
Our Workstations are using MS-Outlook 2000.

Is there a way to print (or write to a file) the personal address-book(s) of the mail-users ?

Thanx for the help,

The Mayor
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open WORD, File/open. In files of type box, chose outlook Personal address book.
Browse to the *.pab file and click open.
Now you can print it :)

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OK, there's no option to print right from the Address Book.  However, in 2000(and maybe 98 I didn't look) you can Import the PAB file into there Contacts(or some subfolder of their Contacts) and then they can use the different options to print out those new "contacts" that have been imported from the PAB file.  This should work for what you need.
I just tried your solution, and not to be ungrateful or anything, but I get all the fields and my information in one giant jumble.  I can't make heads or tails of the information. I think that printing out the contacts might give a more conscise look about it.
wimmeyvaertAuthor Commented:
Hello RockWolf,

Sorry for the late reply, but I've been out for some days.

I've tried your solution, but just like Bild1, I've to say that there is too much data imported in the Word-document.

Is there a way to determine which fields of the address book you want to import and which ones not?

If you can answer this question, than my problem is solved, and you've earned the full 150 points.

Best regards,
The Mayor
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