printing envelope in Word, not all entries from address bk appear

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While in Word, I am attempting to print an envelope (Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels). When I click the address book, certain names
do not appear, only names that have an email address associated with them.
If I go to Outlook>Contacts and add an email address to a contact then save
and close, the entry will then appear in Word>Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels>Address book.
 
B

BoB Brazie

And then once an address is added to the drop down box how do you remove it
in Word 2003?

Russ Valentine said:
When the Word Address Book shows only Contacts with e-mail addresses, that
usually means you did an inplace upgrade from IMO support mode of Outlook
and Word's Address book remains linked to your old Outlook profile. This
MS KB article may help:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;Q301447
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
eyethink said:
While in Word, I am attempting to print an envelope (Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels). When I click the address book, certain
names
do not appear, only names that have an email address associated with
them.
If I go to Outlook>Contacts and add an email address to a contact then
save
and close, the entry will then appear in Word>Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels>Address book.
 
R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

Please post a coherent question in sufficient detail that we can understand
what you're asking.
You appear to be asking a question that has nothing to do with this thread.
Word maintains no "dropdown list" that I know of. Word is not an email
program.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
BoB Brazie said:
And then once an address is added to the drop down box how do you remove
it in Word 2003?

Russ Valentine said:
When the Word Address Book shows only Contacts with e-mail addresses,
that usually means you did an inplace upgrade from IMO support mode of
Outlook and Word's Address book remains linked to your old Outlook
profile. This MS KB article may help:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;Q301447
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
eyethink said:
While in Word, I am attempting to print an envelope (Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels). When I click the address book, certain
names
do not appear, only names that have an email address associated with
them.
If I go to Outlook>Contacts and add an email address to a contact then
save
and close, the entry will then appear in Word>Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels>Address book.
 
R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

OK. Now I think I can figure out what you're asking.
This is a Word question, not an Outlook question. Word maintains its own MRU
lists.
I can tell you how to clear Outlook's not Word's.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
BoB Brazie said:
And then once an address is added to the drop down box how do you remove
it in Word 2003?

Russ Valentine said:
When the Word Address Book shows only Contacts with e-mail addresses,
that usually means you did an inplace upgrade from IMO support mode of
Outlook and Word's Address book remains linked to your old Outlook
profile. This MS KB article may help:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;Q301447
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
eyethink said:
While in Word, I am attempting to print an envelope (Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels). When I click the address book, certain
names
do not appear, only names that have an email address associated with
them.
If I go to Outlook>Contacts and add an email address to a contact then
save
and close, the entry will then appear in Word>Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels>Address book.
 
B

BoB Brazie

Maybe someone else can help?


Russ Valentine said:
OK. Now I think I can figure out what you're asking.
This is a Word question, not an Outlook question. Word maintains its own
MRU lists.
I can tell you how to clear Outlook's not Word's.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
BoB Brazie said:
And then once an address is added to the drop down box how do you remove
it in Word 2003?

Russ Valentine said:
When the Word Address Book shows only Contacts with e-mail addresses,
that usually means you did an inplace upgrade from IMO support mode of
Outlook and Word's Address book remains linked to your old Outlook
profile. This MS KB article may help:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;Q301447
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
While in Word, I am attempting to print an envelope (Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels). When I click the address book, certain
names
do not appear, only names that have an email address associated with
them.
If I go to Outlook>Contacts and add an email address to a contact then
save
and close, the entry will then appear in Word>Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels>Address book.
 
R

Russ Valentine [MVP Outlook]

Might have better luck in a Word group since Word stores its MRU lists
differently.
------
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]

BoB said:
Maybe someone else can help?


OK. Now I think I can figure out what you're asking.
This is a Word question, not an Outlook question. Word maintains its own
MRU lists.
I can tell you how to clear Outlook's not Word's.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
And then once an address is added to the drop down box how do you remove
it in Word 2003?


When the Word Address Book shows only Contacts with e-mail addresses,
that usually means you did an inplace upgrade from IMO support mode of
Outlook and Word's Address book remains linked to your old Outlook
profile. This MS KB article may help:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;Q301447
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]

While in Word, I am attempting to print an envelope (Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels). When I click the address book, certain
names
do not appear, only names that have an email address associated with
them.
If I go to Outlook>Contacts and add an email address to a contact then
save
and close, the entry will then appear in Word>Tools>Letters and
Mailings>Envelopes and Labels>Address book.
 

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