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Does anyone know of a good (freeware) component for working with WAB address books.
I need to be able to import csv file into the WAB address book, in my Dlephi (6) program.

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The units on the JEDI site have an example to show how to use them

ftp://delphi-jedi.org/api/WAB.zip
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Thank's for you reply EddieShipman, but I'm looking for a component (or code) to import a file, to avoid manual entry.

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Sorry, DelRunner, there is code in those units showing how to import, you just need to modify to import CSV.
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