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Export MS Office 2010 multiple contacts as VCF files for Importing to MAC

Posted on 2010-11-16
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I have my Contacts (Approx.. 250 )  on my PC using Microsoft Office 2010 and would like to import them into my Apple Macbook Pro Address book. I do not want to export/import one at a time.
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I have just done so by exporting as CSV and this was a mess, in the end I bought O2M, (http://www.littlemachines.com/download.php) and for a few quid that worked beautifully.


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I suggest Importing a PST File of Contacts from MS Outlook 2010 on the PC into Microsoft Office 2011 for MAC - installed on the MAC - and then Exporting the Contacts from the MAC Outlook contacts as a file for MAC data which can then be added to the MAC Address book.
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=LIke i said

you can export them from outlook as a CSV and import up into mail on teh MAC but my recommendation is still to use O2M.

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Good - but a shame that Apple & Microsoft can't find a solution
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