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I'm trying the Office 2007 beta and my contacts list no longer exists! Is there a way to retrieve it. Was previously running Office 2003.
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Greetings, CMSGT44 !

1. Click on the folder icon at the bottom left corner.
2. Expand all Outlook items.
3. Then, expand Contact folders
4. Click on the Contacts icon at the bottom left corner.
5. The Contacts sub-folders are now visible and clickable.

Reference: http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.outlook.contacts/browse_thread/thread/5cf5452187f2c1a6/9a9835c7b4fedccd%239a9835c7b4fedccd

Best wishes!
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CMSGT44,

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Thanks, war1
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