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You can use Windows to keep track of people and organizations by creating contacts for them in Windows Contacts. Each contact contains information about one person or organization.

When you need to look up a friend's e‑mail address or phone number, you can find it in the Contacts folder. When you want to keep notes about a business contact, you can store them in the Contacts folder. You can also store pictures of contacts in the Contacts folder.

Open Windows Contacts by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking your user name. Type contacts in the address bar, and then press Enter.

What's in a contact?

You can store as much or as little information as you like about each contact, including any of the following:

  • E‑mail addresses. Store as many e‑mail addresses as you want for a contact, and set one as the preferred address.

  • A picture. Adding a picture of a contact can help you remember the person.

  • Phone numbers. You can store home, work, mobile, and fax phone numbers for a contact.

  • Street addresses. You can store home and work street addresses for a contact.

  • Family information. You can store information about a contact's spouse or partner, children, gender, birthday, and anniversary.

  • Website addresses. You can store home and work website addresses for a contact.

  • Notes. Use this space to add any other information about a contact.

Adding a contact

  1. Open Windows Contacts by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking your user name. Type contacts in the address bar, and then press Enter.

  2. Click New Contact, type the information you want for the contact in any of the boxes on the available tabs, and then click OK. You don't have to fill in all the boxes; just enter as much information as you want.

Note

  • If you add an email address to the new contact, click Add before clicking OK.

Adding information to a contact

  1. Open Windows Contacts by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking your user name. Type contacts in the address bar, and then press Enter.

  2. Double-click the contact you want to change.

  3. Click the tab where you want to add information, type in any of the available boxes, and then click OK.

Adding or changing a contact's picture

Windows adds a default image for each contact, but you can change that image to a photo or other picture.

  1. Open Windows Contacts by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking your user name. Type contacts in the address bar, and then press Enter.

  2. Double-click the contact whose picture you want to change.

  3. On the Name and e‑mail tab, click the contact picture, and then do one of the following:

    • To add a new picture, click the picture, and then click Change picture. Locate the picture you want to use, click it, click Set, and then click OK.

    • To remove an existing picture, click the picture, click Remove picture, and then click OK. The picture will revert to the default contact image used by Windows. (You can't remove the default image.)

Creating contact groups (mailing lists)

You can also create contact groups, which combine multiple individual contacts into a single group with one e‑mail address. If you send an e‑mail message to a contact group, it's sent to everyone in the group. Sending e‑mail to a contact group can be a lot easier than adding names one at a time to an e‑mail message, especially if you often send messages to the same group of people.

For more information, see Create contact groups (mailing lists).

Sending contacts to other people

Besides storing contact information about people and organizations, you can also send contacts to other people. There's no need to type a bunch of phone numbers, addresses, and other contact information into an e‑mail message—just send them a contact with the information you want to share. The most common way to send a contact is to attach it to an e‑mail message. (The steps to attach a file vary depending on what e‑mail program you use.)

To send a contact to someone who's not using this version of Windows, you might first need to export the contact to another format. For more information, see Import, export, or change the format for contacts.



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