In Outlook 2010, how can I edit ALL information for a contact?

I am running Windows 7 Professional, and Outlook 2010 on my computer.

In Contacts view, I see all my contacts.  However, when I click "edit", I only see partial information.   When I am editing contact information, I would like to see ALL fields.

Here is my contact list, with the following setting:  View \ Change View \ People
and the Reading Pane set to "Right".

All Contacts View
I would like to edit the "Fun For All" contact, so I click the word "Edit" in the Right Pane

The following window opens after I click the "Edit" button:

Contact Edit View - Right Pane
Here is the "edit" view that I would like to see:

Desired Contact Edit View
Thanks for you help.
eemmpphAsked:
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Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
In the first image you pasted above, click on the link right below "View Source" in that and it should take you to the screen you want.


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eemmpphAuthor Commented:
Yes, it does!  Thank you!

Question, how come some contacts do not have a "View Source"?
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Set your people (contact) view to "Card" and then when when you double click on a contact (card) the full edit screen will appear. That is all I have ever used.
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eemmpphAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much!

Question:  how come some contacts do not have a "view source"?
Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
Additional useful information here, I think you only see that "View Source" link in certain views.



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eemmpphAuthor Commented:
Thank you Bill.  I appreciate it.
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