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Outlook 2013 can I have 2010 "find a contact"

Posted on 2013-05-28
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Hi

Can I get back the 2010 version of Outlook "find a contact"?

In 2010 I set up quick access toolbar with find a contact.  You started typing in a contact and previous one's appeared, you click one you wanted and the full contact page came up.  Easy and quick.

In 2013 you have to type in some characters, press enter and you get a short list, select the one you want, up comes a summary page.  You then have to click contact to get full contact page.  5 stages to get to same point.

Can anyone help me get back old version please?

Thanks Terry
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by:Wilroff
ID: 39201598
Go to View -> Taskbar -> Check Persons.

You'll see a searchbar appear.

Start typing name and hover over name and click the little Arrow on the right corner to expand the contactinfo.

p.s. Also hovering over the Contacts icon on the left bottom shows the search.
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by:terrybuck9
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sorry please explain

"Go to View -> Taskbar -> Check Persons"
do you mean VIEW tab?


thanks Terry
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by:Wilroff
ID: 39201753
Taskbar is To-Do-bar in my previous post.
my apologies.  (translated from dutch to english).

In oulook you have above in the ribbon: File | Start | Send/Recieve | Folder | View

Click View

There is an Icon in the Ribbon named "To-Do ..." (located 3/4 of screen)

Click it and select Persons.
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by:terrybuck9
ID: 39202328
Hi Wilroof

Yes that looks interesting.  But once you have your list of people and you double click one.  You still have to click Outlook (contacts) to get full contact page.

Also it takes up part of my screen.

I would still like the old way back.  I would start typing "micr" and Microsoft would appear and single click.  bingo, full contact page.  and only a small box in task bar to input into.

thanks Terry
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by:terrybuck9
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what I think I am asking is that when I search for a contact can it show the Outlook Properties and not the contact card first?  is this in an option anywhere?  or can I switch off contact card?
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terrybuck9 earned 0 total points
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Hi

Solved this myself, found this www.msoutlook.info/question/727  

To Open the full contact editing form in Outlook 2013 instead of Contact page

Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Common\Contactcard
Value name: turnonlegacygaldialog
Value type: REG_DWORD
Value: 1

Thanks Terry
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