Re-run or reproduce of a contact version message in Outlook 2010

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Microsoft Outlook 2010
When I tried to edit one of my contacts in order to add some info I did yesterday and I couldn't see now, it appears a message that exists another version of this contact; when I opened this other version it has all the info I added. 1) Why do this happen? 2) How can I re-run or reproduce this? Thanks for any help.

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  • Amanda lakai
    Hi,

    Follow the given way to delete the duplicate contact:
    •    Go to View> Current View > Change View, then click Phone.
    •    Go to Contacts. Search for the duplicate contacts.
    •    Select the duplicate contact/contacts by holding CTRL key.
    •    After selecting the duplicate contact delete it.
    Next time while adding contact details, you would like to avoid duplicate contacts.

    Are you adding the contacts manually or importing them from a file? If you are importing the contact from a file then, you need to check the option’ Replace duplicates with items imported’. If an Outlook contact already exists, it will replace the previous information by the information that you are importing.

    For more info check the link:
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-001/outlook-help/import-contacts-HA101870645.aspx

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