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Where is all of this information storred?
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Dang dude, that was fast.
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Is there any way I can view that information?
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I have not done that.. Try opening it using Notepad and see if it would work.. Fingers crossed
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JoshDale,

Oh well . I tried to open it using Notepad and it is all shown as junk.. Any reason you want to open it.
if yu want to edit it , then you can actually choose the names that appear in the TO field and press DELETE to remove them one by one or whichever you want ..
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FYI: You cannot edit the .nk2 file.  However, if you want to transfer the file to another computer so you'll have access to the autocomplete names you've got now, you can do so as explained in this Microsoft Office Online article:  http://office.microsoft.com/assistance/preview.aspx?AssetID=HA011394511033 "Copy Autocomplete name list to another computer".
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Actually one of the employees requested it. He forgot the email address of one his contacts and wondered if there was another way to view the list. It isn't a problem I just thought I would ask.
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JoshDale,

Thanks for the fast feedback
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Thanks for the help.
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