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How can I organize my contacts in Outlook 2003

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Not sure what you mean by organize, but you can creat sub folders under your Contacts and organize that way.
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Can you elaborate more?
   There are several organization methods.  Depending on what you really want will determine the best answer for you.

But, I would suggest these articles to familiarize yoruself with the features and capabilities of outlook.

Organizing contacts

Organizing Outlook

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Organize them by group.
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