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Looking for a Computer/Printable Address Book Program

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I know this sounds almost absurdly simple, but after wasting a couple of hours trying to find what I'm looking for, I figured 'why not make the most of my EE subscription?'

And what am I looking for?

A program--software--that is an address book....with one specific feature....

I want to keep track of names and addresses in my computer AND I want the program to print out the information in the form of 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 pages for use in a physical 3-ring binder for pages that size. The program should allow me to print using custom specifications, so that if I need to insert a couple of new entries for just a specific letter (or delete one or more), no problem.

The simpler, the better. I've seen a lot of freeware and retail programs in my online search with many bells and whistles, but none that seems to clearly include the print option I'm seeking.  

Before you answer, think "old-fashioned address book." I don't want anything that uses Outlook. Don't go all nerdy on me. This will be for use on a PC running Windows 7.

If you've seen (or care to look for) something that will work and post your suggestions here, I'll be very interested in what you find. Note: freeware is always good, but I'm willing to shell out if I see something that meets this need.
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