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Change view setting in outlook for mac

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Not a mac user here and no time to sort thru the google search results so, easy 500 points to someone here.

In outlook 2011 for mac, how would one do the pc equivalent of:
Contacts > View > change view > BUSINESS CARDS

The goal is to see the contacts list as business cards (little rectangles) and not a detailed list.

The first 40 google search results i've seen deal with how to import or export vcards which is  not the goal here.
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If you have Outlook 2011 Click on the Details or List Button near the top Right.
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Thanks, but won't that show DETAILS?  I'm looking to see 'business cards' - here's a screenshot of what i mean
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Eoin OSullivan earned 500 total points
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Sometimes 'no' is the answer, thanks eoinosullivan
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