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How can I export outlook categories of one user from one computer to another user's computer?

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I need to copy(export) all the categories that one user uses to another user's computer?
How would I do that?
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The answer is going to vary according to your version of Outlook.  You may want to start here:

http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/olcat.asp
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Imagine that :)
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Do you think there is a vba way to do this? So i can run it on first users computer to collect the category namen notepad, excel, etc. then I run it again to create those fields for the second computer (this might be a different macro).
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