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My daughter in Honolulu has had the flu and has been ill for over a month; she dehydrates very easily and has eatenmostly soda crackers for weeks now. She lives alone and falls easily even when using her walker. Today she was visited by a person from her health insurance company, and was told the company would contact her in two weeks. She needs help NOW and may not last for another two weeks for some kind of assistance. She has been to the ER a couple of times, but they send her home, where she lives alone and has no one to help her. Can anyone help her. She is 60 years old and lives at 803 McCully in apartment 4 in Honolulu. Her name is Kristine Woodall. Please help her. I am her mother Lorraine Shewbert and live in Gresham, OR phone 503.465.1890. Kris' phone number is 808-927-6067. Please help
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In most phones, there is an 'options' or 'preferences' in the address book that allows you to sort by first name, last name, etc.
As far as Outlook goes, when you are in the contacts tab, there is a link on the left that says "customize current view". Click on this and you can select fields to pick what fields you want displayed or select sort to pick how they are displayed.
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Hi, You can change the name on your Samsung phone by hanging up the phone then hitting the 'transfer' button then the numbers 104. Now use the numbers on the keypad to enter your name like you would on a mobile phone for SMS. Hit 'transfer' when youre done and your name should be set.
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