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How to add contacts to predictive recipients in Outlook 2010

In Outlook 2010, when I start a new email I and begin to type someones email address many times it will complete the email address for me in what I guess is some type of "predictive recipient" function.

Unfortunately, not all my contact are part of this predictive function.  How do I go through and add other contacts to this functionality?

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Thanks, the cntrl-K works good.

However, if I want to just add all of my contacts tot he predictive typing is it possible to do that all at one time?

Also, I have a bunch of people named "john" and would like to keep them all as contacts.  However, I do not want them all to come up when I begin typing the word "John".  Is there a way to remove some of them without deleting their contact?

Thanks!
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