Question by  chelsea89 (85)

How do I transfer my Microsoft Outlook contacts?


Answer by  knobbs (51)

The easiest way to do this is to first create a new folder. You can do this on the desktop by right clicking and choosing new --> folder. The, go to the contacts area in Outlook and select all by pressing ctrl+a. Last, drag all the contacts to the folder you just created.


Answer by  BrokenWits (382)

For Outlook 2007: open outlook and click on the menu item 'File'. From there click on 'Import and Export...'. Select 'Export to a file' and click next. Select the desired file format, and click next. Click on Contacts and then next. Select file name, and click next.


Answer by  Blossom9283 (358)

You would go to File then export, choose the address book and save the file in the type that the program you will be using accepts to your computer or an available external drive. Then on the other program you would choose file then import and choose the file.


Answer by  fiddlefaddle (883)

You can import and export your contacts to and from Microsoft Outlook. Click File -> Import and Export Click Comma Separated Values (Windows) In the folder list, click the Contacts folder Save the contacts as a .csv file. Type a name for the exported file, and then click OK.


Answer by  blahblahblah (82)

The easiest and best way to transfer your outlook contacts is to export your contacts into a .pst file. Then import that .pst file into your new computer.


Answer by  XTC46 (394)

To transfer contacts from outlook, you would first export them by going to File --> Export. Once exported, you would use your new software to import the contacts.


Answer by  eyeguy (3760)

Normally any new mail system once youve set it up will ask you if youd like to import contacts. You can request this function at any time.


Answer by  dannyg28 (3070)

If you want to transfer your outlook contacts to another computer then the easiest way is to put them on a flash drive and reload them on the new computer.

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