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How Ca I Import Excel Contacts into vCard?

I want to import my Excel (XLSX, XLS and CSV File) contacts list into vCard (.VCF) file format. Because I want to export VCF file in my iphone contacts folder. If any person know about best Excel to vCard converter software then share with me.

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To convert multiple contacts from Excel to vCard file, you can use a third party vCard converter tool which can move contacts from your Excel file into VCF format so that you can import the contacts into multiple email platforms or Smartphone.

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The free Opal-Convert Excel to vCard to Excel might work for you. Opal Convert Excel to vCard to Excel

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On your Sony Xperia Z phone, go to contacts list, click on the bottom right button with 3 dots icon, select 'Export contacts'. The contacts will be saved as a 'vcf' file in the location you select. The vcf file is the standard 'vCard' format used by many phones and apps. You can then import your contacts in the vcf file to your ipad.
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4619772?tstart=0
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How do I read a VCF vcard


Microsoft Outlook reads VCF files directly. Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail and other email programs will import a VCF file into the address book. For Thunderbird, if the vCard is an email attachment, just click on the vCard in the preview and add it to the address book. Double-clicking should automatically import the vCard. Any text editor (Notepad, Word) will open the VCF file with the headers visible.

However if the vcf file has multiple contact entries, you would be better off using Outlook or Live Mail to export the entries as .CSV (comma delimited text file) and then importing from that. Alternatively, edit the file with a text editor to add tabs or commas and save the file as a .CSV file. (Use the Open With command in Windows.)

There are VCF viewers available. There is one here: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Office-tools/Other-Office-Tools/VCF-Viewer.shtml . It can't edit or search the file though.

I hope this helps.

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How do I add an email address to "other contacts" in my gmail contacts?


That probably depends upon the 3rd party. You MIGHT try exporting your contacts list (as a .csv, or Comma Separated Values, file). You can then open that file with Excel or OpenOffice Spreadsheet and change it around however you like. Your 3rd party software may be able to import the .csv file, or you may be able to reimport it into gMail and have it automatically rearrange your contacts.

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I want to import blackberry contacts to my iPad via Bluetooth. How can I do that?


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I'm Ben and -- hopefully -- I can provide some meaningful assistance.

The following sounds complicated but it is very easy if you carefully follow the instructions.

Unfortunately, there is no cable to connect the BlackBerry and iPhone together and a user can't transfer BlackBerry contacts to iPhone directly via USB cable. So, we should export contacts out of BlackBerry and save onto a program, then import the contacts from the program to iPhone.

Things you'll need to transfer BlackBerry contacts to iPhone.

  • Download Google sync on the Blackberry by paying a visit to m.google.com/sync.
  • Synced Blackberry contacts to Google Account. If you are not Google gmail user, please Go to Google and register one. It is rather simple.
  • Export Google account contacts to computer as .csv or .vcf file.
  • Import the .csv or vCard file to iPhone with iPhone contacts transfer.

If you are the first time using Google Sync on BlackBerry. all the contacts from your blackBerry are saved to your Gmail contacts in a group called My Contacts.
Please login your Gmail and Go to "Contacts" option on the left of Gmail account.
Then you'll see a "more" menu. Click it and you'll see a drop-down menu.
Select "Export" contacts.
There are three models to export contacts out of Google account.
1. Export Group "My contacts" to Google CSV format.
Export Google contacts as csv
2. Export Group "My contacts" to Outlook CSV format. Export Google Contacts to Outlook CSV
3. Export Group "My contacts" to vCard format. So that you can import the contacts to Apple Address book or iOS devices.Such as import to iPhone, iPod touch, iPad. Export Group "My contacts" to vCard format

Now, import vCard file to iPhone

You can save the Google account contacts to computer as vCard file and download this iPhone contacts transfer program.

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Exporting Hotmail ContactsThe first step is to get the information you need out of Hotmail, you can achieve this by doing the following:-
  1. Select Contacts from the Hotmail navigation bar.
  2. Click On Print View.
  3. Highlight the entire contents of the table (including the heading names e.g. Name, E-Mail and Phone as well as all your contacts).
  4. Press Ctrl+C to copy the table.
  5. Create a new spreadsheet document in Excel.
  6. Select Edit and then Paste from the main menu.
  7. Sort the data by the E-Mail column.
  8. For any rows with a blank E-Mail column copy any e-mail address from the Name column to theE-Mail column.
  9. Read this guide from Google on the format of CSV contact files and make any adjustments as may be necaserry.
  10. Select File and then Save As... from the menu.
  11. Make sure you select a format involving "CSV" for saving the file. (GMail can import csv files)
You should now have a csv file containing all your Hotmail contacts ready for importing into GMail.
Importing Your Hotmail Contacts Into GMailImporting your new contacts file into GMail is really straight forward:-
  1. Select Contacts from the GMail left hand menu.
  2. Select Import from the 3 options at the top right of your list of contacts.
  3. Click Browse to locate your csv file containing your Hotmail contacts.
  4. Click Import.

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Properties in importing excel table to an access table


This article explains how to import a Microsoft Excel file into Microsoft Access version 2.0 or 7.0. Microsoft Access can import files from Microsoft Excel version 2.0 through version 7.0. However, Microsoft Access cannot import Microsoft Excel 4.0 workbooks (.xlw). This article assumes that the Microsoft Excel file is using standard database formatting. That is:

To import a Microsoft Excel file in Microsoft Access 2.0 loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation');
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At this point options such as whether to append to an existing table or create a new table may be selected.
To import a Microsoft Excel file in Microsoft Access 7.0 loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation');
  1. Save the file in Microsoft Excel using standard database formatting listed above. Close the file.
  2. Start Microsoft Access 7.0 and open the database you want to import the Microsoft Excel information into.
  3. On the File menu, click Get External Data and then click Import.
  4. From the import dialog box, choose Microsoft Excel (*.xls) for the Files Of Type option.

    This will display only the Microsoft Excel files.
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The Import Spreadsheet Wizard appears and allows you to choose options specific to the file.

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http://www.techrepublic.com/article/techniques-for-successfully-importing-excel-data-into-access/5276622

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Can't add any contacts -- small boxes with red x's (like when Adobe reader won't open) appear in all fields. I'm up to date on Adobe, so can't figure out how to add names -- let alone try calling!


There are 4 ways to import contacts into skype, which are all more or less a royal pain.

(1) Skype's built-in "import contacts" utility (Tools-->Import Contacts...). You will go through a wizard that checks Outlook, Hotmail, and Yahoo (NOT gmail) address books.

Please not that there is a HUGE catch to this utility. After checking to see if any of your contacts are already using skype (under the exact same name), it lists all your contacts and the following lunatic request:

"Share Skype with your friends! Would you like to invite the rest of your friends to start using Skype? Select the friends you would like to invite and click "Finish" to complete invitation."

In other words, you have to spam everyone you know in order to transfer their details into skype. After such a stunt, you will be lucky if they haven't put you on their block lists. Forget about business contacts. Calling an "invitation" feature "Import Contacts" is extremely misleading to say the least. I almost did not continue with skype after realizing this tactic.

(2) The second option is the "Restore Contacts" utility (Skype--Tools-->Advanced-->Restore Contacts from file...). It opens a little file browser where you can locate a VCF file on your computer, which you have previously exported from another address book.

You will have to alter the VCF file before using "Restore Contacts." I was tipped off to this by jhscann's helpful post:
http://forum.skype.c...showtopic=67400

Open Notepad, and open the exported VCF file. You will see a long file of text with paragraphs beginning "BEGIN VCARD" and ending "END VCARD." Inside, you will see the names, phone numbers, etc.

Yahoo address book, for instance, uses slightly different tags than Skype. In order to replace the tags, you can open a Skype VCF file (first, add a couple of contacts to Skype, then go to Tools-->Advanced-->Back up contacts to File, then open the VCF file in Notepad. You can compare the two formats.

In my case, I ended up pasting the Yahoo VCF text into Excel, inserted a column with a series of numbers 1, 2, 3 until the end (several thousand rows), then sorted alphabetically, so I could delete everything except the name and phone number. I replaced "Version 2" with "Version 3.0," and the Yahoo Name and number tags with the Skype ones. I substituted the REV tags. I'm not sure how much I needed to change, but I did find that Skype would not accept phone numbers unless they were written in the form (###)#######, without spaces or hyphens. This last alteration I did by hand, having decided that I would not dignify this whole mind-game with an macro or basic program, as suggested in this post: http://forum.skype.c...showtopic=73452. Finally I re-sorted by the number column and cut-and-pasted the text column back into Notepad, saved as my.name.vcf, went to Skype Tools-->Advanced-->restore from File, and voila, all my contacts popped up.

(3) I was surprised to find a utility offered on Skype's own website which does the whole conversion for you: https://extras.skype.com/1451/view. This purports to bypass the "invitations" and import a list of contacts, which you have exported from other address books including Gmail. It says, "free trial" and imports 10 contacts, after which you are informed that you must pay money. This fact, and the price of the full version, is not stated on the download page, even under "details." Needless to say, most people who use Skype have no intention of paying money for such a simple feature which every other VOIP service includes by default. Whatever the utility costs, it would probably have been worth less than the time I spent, had I not already spent an hour wandering around the internet in bewilderment. By this point, out of principle, I was not going to fork over a cent.

Another "free" utility, Yahoo Address Book to Skype Importer, by "getinfo.us," can be found on "freeware" websites, and it too requires that you pay, after 5 imports.

(4) A fourth option, perhaps the best, is to simply Add Contacts in the Skype Contacts tab, one by one. If you have hundreds of contacts, this would be an exercise in masochism.

No matter what method you use, you will have built up a huge grudge against the Skype corporation.

Ultimately, you might come to this forum to share your trials and tribulations, attracted by the apparent simplicity and transparency of the Community--only to find more hidden red tape. You must post 5 replies to different posts (in my case, "meaningless post #1...etc) in order to open a new topic.

Chris Thrash
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Jan 10, 2011 | Skype IM

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Import windows contacts as address book fo MF 4350d printer


Being the canon will import a .cvs file you need to export the windows contacts folder into a .cvs file and then import it into the canon.

To Export the windows contact file to .cvs file (from Microsoft webpage)
To export contacts so they can be viewed by someone using another program
You can convert all your contacts at once to the format you choose so that someone using another program or a previous version of Windows can open and view them.
  1. Open Windows Contacts by clicking the Start button 4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33.png, clicking All Programs, and then clicking Windows Contacts.
  2. On the toolbar, click Export, and then click one of the following formats:
    • CSV (Comma Separated Values). This is a generic file format used for exporting or importing information to and from databases or spreadsheets.
    • vCard (folder of .vcf files). This format is used by many other programs. It is typically the best format to use when sharing contacts with someone who is using an earlier version of Windows or who is using a different operating system.
  3. Click Export, select a folder where you want to store your contacts in the new format, and then click OK.
  4. When a message appears telling you that the contacts export process has completed, click OK, and then click Close.
To import the .cvs file into the Canon 4350
open a document and select the Canon 4350 fax driver as the printer
Select the Edit Address Book TAB
Select Import TAB
Browse to where you stored the exported .cvs contacts file
Click on the .cvs file to be imported
Click open
It will process and the address book will them be populated withthe data from the windows contact folder.

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What email program are you using? That will determine where your contacts are stored, and that will determine your options.

If you are using ComCast's Web-based email system (in your Web browser), you'll either need to import them into a local program like Outlook or Outlook Express, or you'll have to talk to ComCast about exporting them to a .csv file. If you can display a list of them in tabular format on the screen, you may be able to copy-and-paste it into an Excel spreadsheet and then save that as a .csv file. If you're already using Outlook or Outlook Express, you should be able to just create the new Verizon mailbox and retain your existing contacts. If you can get them as a .csv file, you can either import that into Outlook or Outlook Express, or you can talk to Verizon about importing it into their Web-based email system.

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