Outlook Express uses the Windows Address Book.
It's an icon you can add to your toolbars in Word.
You can't just open it like a spreadsheet file or anything.
If you have Outlook 95 -> 2000, you can enable Contacts as an Address Book, and have a wonderfully robust database for mail merges, etc. However, these are two different programs' addressbooks.
On Fri, 02 March 2001, "La Fountain, Michael" wrote:
> I've opened the MS Exchange Address Book in MS Word before. I have to think that you will be able to open Outlook Express also; they use to share the same format and probably still do. Word breaks the book down into individual fields.
> Mike LaFountain
> Email: lafmi01@...
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