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How to display outlook Contact Form

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When adding a new contact in MS Outlook 2013, Outlook presents a blank contact form that looks very similar to the contact form that was used in all previous versions of Outlook. Once this form is saved, though, I do not seem to be able to get it back. Instead, I am always presented with a summary form. I do not like this form and want to see the full form.

Is there a way to do it?
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Looks great. Thank you for the quick answer
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