Canon multipass l60 User Manual

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Chapter 5
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Importing the Address Book
You may have an existing address book, created by another application,
containing the entries you want to use for the Address Book in the
Desktop Manager. In this event, you can import your address book to the
Desktop Manager.
You can import addresses from any ASCII text file containing information
that is separated by a comma or tab. If the address information in the text
file is separated by a comma, the text file extension must be .CSV. If the
address information in the text file is separated by a tab, the text file
extension must be .TXT. You must save your text file as a comma- or tab-
separated text file before you import it into the Desktop Manager. For
more information about saving your text file, see your application’s user
documentation. If you attempt to import information from a improperly
formatted text file, the system alerts you of a problem with importing.
When you import the text file, you assign the appropriate field names to
each column of information. For example, the column containing the
contact’s name must be titled as the name.
To import addresses from a text file:
1. With the Address Book open, click Import.
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