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Using outlook 2007 on a laptop.  Bought a new laptop.  This computer has outlook 2013.   Exported contacts from outlook 2007 as a CSV file.  Imported it into outlook 2013 into the contacts folder.  Now I see nothing in the contacts folder.  Where are the contacts?
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If 2007 allows "export to a file", then select "Outlook Data file (.pst)", and then import that should work a little easier.
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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Why Export and import at all?  Just copy the PST file.  And don't forget about the NK2 file...
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