Word documents with embedded .csv files

One of my clients thought he backed up his contacts by dragging all csv files into a word document. You see in that document around 2000 csv files that open fine once double clicked. I need to export them to my contacts folder. Any ideas ?
I tried to drag one (it worked. But will take forever to finish) I tried select all and drag it didn't work.
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How  was that done to produce 2000 files?

A single file with 2000 entries is what I would expect.
Da_Ch0senAuthor Commented:
It is one .docx with 2000 csv files showing as icons on the docx document. But double clicking any of them. Would open the csv file.
What is the image for the icons?
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Da_Ch0senAuthor Commented:
.csv file image
Open the document, and then open the VBA editor with Alt+F11. Type this into the immediate widow, hit enter and tell us what comes back.
Da_Ch0senAuthor Commented:
Print ActiveDocument.Shapes(1).OLEFormat.ClassType

Private Sub Document_New()

End Sub

note: check the attached document to show you the icons, if i double click on any of them, i will see the vcard itself with all info inside.
Da_Ch0senAuthor Commented:
any help ?

The fact that the embedded files are Vcards, and not CSV files makes it very difficult using direct OLE methods,

I have found that the document file could be renamed from .docx to .zip and then unzipped. The Vcards will be items in this form: DocName > word > embeddings > oleObject1.bin
If these are renamed to the form oleObject1.vcf, they can be imported via File>Import and Export
There is a free batch VCF file importer here : http://www.electronmedia.in/wp/free-batch-vcard-vcf-import-utility-for-outlook/.
It comprises a VBA Userform so you need to import in in the VBA IDE

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Da_Ch0senAuthor Commented:
Will try it tonight and let you know.

Da_Ch0senAuthor Commented:
the .vcf files turn out to be empty, although they are 4KB each

kindly check attached
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