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HOW TO IMPORT REGULAR ASCII TEXT INTO OUTLOOK CONTACT LIST

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How would you import regular ASCII text file format into Outlook's Contact List?

Easy to understand instructions really appreciated.

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itsmevic
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Click on File -> Import and Export.
Choose Import from another program or file, and then click on Next.
Choose Comma Separated Values (DOS), and then click on Next.
select source
Choose Next.
Choose your Contact List as the destination, and then click on Next.

Click on Finish.
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