Contact links (Outlook 2000) missing in Outlook 2007
In previous versions of Outlook, I had setup numerous links between Contacts. (I don't know what these "links" are really called). These were displayed at the bottom of each Contact record page. The links worked like hyperlinks to quickly open related contacts by clicking on their link.
I cannot find this feature in Outlook 2007. I'm hoping my links from Outlook 2002 are still there, but hidden. How can I display the Contact links?
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Re: Contact links (Outlook 2000) missing in Outlook 2007
Open Outlook 2007 (don’t laugh, but I need to clarify that you’re in Oultook 2007), and Tools>Options, /Preferences tab, /Contact Options (b) and check “Show Contact Linking on all Forms" box, /ok, /ok.
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I know that there are so many person face a problem on outlook 2007 contact file as problem. The problem has happened in both Windows XP and Windows seven, and I believe that synchronization with or editing the contacts on cellular phones could be causing it. You need to find best online Microsoft outlook course site which is providing an online tutorial on outlook 2007.
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To setup up contacts by the person's last name. In Outlook, when you compose a new message, and then click the To or Ccbutton, the Contacts list may display names that are sorted by the contact's first name. Here's how you can change the list to display entries by the contact's last name.
Sort the Contacts list by the File As field
On the Tools menu, click E-mail accounts.
Click View or change existing directories or address books, and then click Next.
Click Outlook Address Book, and then click Change.
Under Outlook Address Books, click Contacts: Mailbox -YourMailboxName, and then under Show names by, click File As (Smith, John).
Click Close, and then click Finish.
Verify that the newly created contacts are filed in last name, first name order
On the Tools menu, click Options.
Click the Preferences tab, and then click Contact Options.
In the Default "File As" order list, click Last, First.
Click OK twice.
To view the new Contacts list sort order, restart Outlook.
NOTE If you want to display a particular contact in a different order than the rest of the Contact list, you can modify the File As field in individual contact cards. For example, you may want to sort some contacts by the Company field.
Do you remember when you imported the output from your BB? One of the last steps after you have chosen the file to import shows a button for Map Custom Fields. Choose that button and then drag Full Name from the left side to FIRST NAME on the right side. When I did that, Outlook shows them in order of First name.
Because your previous import mapped FullName from BB to Last Name, that's the way it's showing. I tried within Outlook to change it around and it would not change it for me either.
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