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I had an address book file .txt which I was able to export successfully dated several months ago. I could not get a current export file to work so I thought, I would just edit this file and import it into addressbook and I would have current addresses. NOT TO BE!

Originally, I had imported Corel Addressbook .txt file into my lotus and was using that for various things. I saved that Lotus file info as .txtfile for import to Corel WP. But when I chose to import it, I had only 1 field in field options to copy. I know this is not right but cannot figure out what I am doing wrong. All my data goes into the new addressbook okay but it all appears under that one column title heading. I have tried several variations of saving files but nothing seems to work. Can anyone help me figure out how to import .txt file into WP?

My only option now is to uninstall and re install, if no one can help me out here. I hope someone can.

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