How do I copy Outlook contacts

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Microsoft Outlook contacts
I need to copy Outlook contacts from a laptop that I need to return to my company. Since I can no longer access the Exchange, is there a way to do it offline?

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Windoxs XP, Microsoft Office 2010
ASKED: April 16, 2013  9:48 PM
UPDATED: April 17, 2013  11:32 AM

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  • f4ktu4l
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/export-contacts-HA101870639.aspx Very simple and straightforward explanation.
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  • AJG
    Thank you for your response. Yes, this works IF I am connected to the exchange. But because I am leaving the company they have turned off my access. So I need to be able to try to save my contacts as an Outlook contact or VCard offline.
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  • mariapete
    Follow these steps : -Open Outlook and click on Contacts in bottom left corner of Outlook Window. -Now click on File -> Import and Export and select the ‘Export a File’. -Click Next. Select Personal Folder File and click Next twice. But make sure that Contact folder is selected. -Click Browse to save the contact data at any desired location and then click finish. -You can copy this file into any portable device like pen drive, CD etc. and then later import it into Outlook of your laptop. Regards Maria
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