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Is there a way to have the system default to last name, first name when entering a new contact?
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Is this in private address book ? Then yes you can, but you have to change the order of the fields in the contact form.

~Hemanth
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It is a private address book.  How do you change the order?
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When you check the field in design, it carries a tab order #, change that to whatever you want Say, LastName would be 1 and FirstName would be 2. BTW, this is in R5.

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Thanks!  It worked great.
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