vCards are virtual business cards that you can share with others by importing or exporting them in Outlook. And the most common way to do that is in email. What do you do with a vCard? If you want to keep the contact information, add it to your Outlook contacts. If you get a card that has no VCF extension, this isn’t actually a vCard, it’s an Outlook contact, and you add it to your contacts the same way. Take a look at this course to learn more.
Inside this course:
Import and export vCards to Outlook contacts (3:22)
When someone sends you vCard contacts (virtual business cards that most email programs recognize), here’s how to save them to your Outlook contacts list.
Export contacts as vCards or Outlook contacts (4:24)
To share your contacts, here are two of your three choices: send a vCard, and send an Outlook contact. Watch this video to learn more.
Export many contacts as a CSV file (3:56)
If you want to send more than just a few contacts, it can be a lot easier to export them as a CSV, or comma separated values, file. Here’s how it works.
A brief reminder of the key points in this course.
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