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hikermann (Instructor) (OP)
16 Jan 06 19:32
WIN 2000; had to clean everything off system and reload; Corel WP7 old address book info disappeared; pull down Tools and Address Book is greyed-out; had keyboard mapped so address book appeared with designated keystroke; now Address Book Error message ("An error occurred trying to logon to MAPI for address book services") appears; have all files backed up on external Seagate, so can I reload from there?  Going to "Custom" installation from disk does not solve the problem.

Mucho grande viele danke!
PicayuneJim (IS/IT--Management)
11 Feb 06 6:29
You must have CorelCentral loaded to use the Address Book feature. Is it loaded?


An old tech with a young heart!

hikermann (Instructor) (OP)
13 Feb 06 0:56
What is CorelCentral and where do I find it?
Thanks.
PicayuneJim (IS/IT--Management)
14 Feb 06 11:14
My apologies. In version 7 it was called InfoCentral. It was changed in version 8 to CorelCentral.

BTW, later versions (after version 9,I believe)have the address book built into the WP program.

I hope this helps.

Just curious, but with all of the inexpensive copies of later versions of Corel on the Net, why not upgrade? Not trying to be pushy because I know that if it works for you, why upgrade?! Again, just curious.


An old tech with a young heart!

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