How to Add Contacts in Outlook
Having a contact list isn't any good if you don't add new contacts as you connect with more people. If you have someone's information handy, you can easily create a new contact for them.
You can add a new contact in Outlook’s People hub.
The People hub appears in Outlook, where you can add a new contact.
A new contact window opens.
The new contact is created.
If you create a contact with the same name as another contact, the Duplicate Contact Detected dialog box appears. Choose to either add a new record or update the existing contact’s record.
Press Ctrl + N while in the People hub to create a new contact.
If you get your email through your organization's Microsoft Exchange server, you can also add contacts from the global Address Book. This is like looking someone up in a company directory.
The Address Book window opens, showing a list of everyone on the organization's email list.
A new contact window appears, with some fields already filled in with data from the server.
A copy of the contact is saved to your personal contacts.
You can also create a new contact from within an email.
A contact preview window appears.
The info is saved and shows up in your contact list.
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