Manage your contacts with the toll in Windows Vista
June 20th, 2007 - 05:57 am ET by D. T.
As with its predecessor Windows XP, Windows Vista is delivered with a contacts manager, or Address Book, if you prefer. Here is how it can be used.
First launch the start menu from the bottom left and follow “All programs”, “Windows Contacts”.
Once the process is open, click on “New contacts group” at the top of the window. In the new window that is opened, input a name for the group. We have used “Friends” in our example.
To create different contacts, next click on the “New contact” button and fill in the details fields on the different tabs: “Name and email address”, “Home phone”, “Work phone”, “Family”, “Notes” and “details”. Click on OK. Repeat this as many times as needed.
It is also possible to not associate a contact to a group. In this case, create a contact from the main window of the software and click on the “New contact” tab and perform the same operation as if the contact was in a group, such as filling in the fields.