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    How do I move my contacts from Address Book to Outlook Contacts?

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    How do I move my contacts from Address Book to Outlook Contacts?
    As above, I have managed to get my contacts and diary from my old PC to Address Book/iCal.

    All I need to do now is get them to flow through and sync to Outlook 2011.

    Any ideas?

    Many thanks

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    How do I move my contacts from Address Book to Outlook Contacts?
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    You can have Outlook sync its contacts with Address Book by using Sync Services in Outlook. Go to Tools > "Sync Services..." > check Contacts. Will that work?
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    How do I move my contacts from Address Book to Outlook Contacts?

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    Good work, yes, thank you it has sorted my contacts.
    I still need to sort my diary out though.

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