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Outlook XP addresses to PAB and OE6

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How do you share Outlook XP's address book with the personal address book, and eventually to Outlook Express?  Since I can't find the sharing option in Outlook XP as it was in Outlook 2000.  Thanks.
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You don't share, you export and import.  Select the Contacts folder and click on File-Import and Export-Export to a file ...
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