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Outlook 2010 Internal Version sorting in Contacts

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I exported information from ACT! for MAC and imported it into Excel, then saved it as a CSV to import into Outlook 2010.  Now when any contact is edited it sorts (under "List" view) it into two alphabetical lists, under two "Outlook Internal Version" headings.

We are not connected to an Exchange server and Outlook is presently only being used for Contact management (no internet email as yet).

The secretaries want the list alphabetized without these two internal version sections.  All contacts in alphabetized as one group.

How do I rectify this?

Thanks!

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I figured it out.  It was grouped by internal version.  I just removed that.

Thanks!

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