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Hi,
I am bringing up a new laptop with Outlook 2007 on Exchange 2007.  I am trying to transfer the file from my old laptop that has the email autocomplete addresses.  From what I have been told, this is located in the C:\Documents and Settings\USER\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook folder as .NK2 file.

I cannot find an NK2 file on my old computer.   It seems like this should be very simple, but I cannot find the file.  What am I missing here?
thanks,
RocketMonkey
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Showing/searching  hidden folders & files?
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