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Exporting address cards from SK98 to outlook 2007

Exporting address cards from SK98 to outlook 2007

Exporting address cards from SK98 to outlook 2007

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Can anyone help me please? I'm trying to Import my Sidekick 98 address cards into outlook 2007. Op system is XP.
There is no option in the 2007 import/export wizard to import sidekick files as there seems to have been in earlier versions of office (97). My aim is to import every address card from sidekick and never use it again.

RE: Exporting address cards from SK98 to outlook 2007

Dear nige3407,

There are 2 options, get the 2000 version of Outlook or check out the Site at
http://siderealb0x.250free.com/

For conversion options.

 

Regards Jim
Check the FAQ area of this Forum for answers (If there are any FAQs!) , it could save you a lot of time and effort! Good Luck!

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