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How to sort Address Book entries alphabetically

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Help and Preferences menus give no clue about sorting individual names alphabetically. The application is Address Book 4.0.6
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Does your prefs look like below?

my version 4.1.1

Menubar > Address Book > Prefs
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It looks the same. There is no "sort" command, as you have seen. I assumed that the unsorted last (or first) names would be automatically alphabetized upon closing the application, but that doesn't seem to work.
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my address book appears to sort alphabetically.If I add a new name it appears sorted after I deselect the edit button.
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