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How can I export contacts in Outlook 2003 from a single category to a CSV file?

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The title says it all, I think.  I need a list in excel of those contacts in Outlook 2003 that belong to a single category.

Is this accomplished from the "Find" results page (after searching by a category), or do I start with the file-import/export menu.

Or is there another way.

Thanks.
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I would suggest the following:
- create a new contacts folder ... call it "temp" or something
- use Find to find the contacts you want
- drag them into the temp folder, holding down CTRL so that you take a copy instead of moving them
- export the temp folder
- delete the temp folder

Let me know if you need any more detail on any of those steps.
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