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Instructions for Microsoft Outlook

  1. Download the import file
  2. Open Microsoft Outlook
  3. Select your contacts folder. To separate this information from your existing contact data we recommend that you create a new contact folder. To do this from the File Menu select New, then Folder.  Enter the name (ie. Education Directory). If Contact Items is not listed in the folder contains area please select it.  You can direct where the folder is placed.  By default it will be placed under your regular contacts folder. Select OK.  If you would like a shortcut placed on your Outlook Bar respond "Yes" otherwise select "No".
  4. From the file menu select Import. Choose Import from Another Program or File and select Next. 
  5. In the Select file type to import from dialog box choose Comma Separated Values (Windows) and select Next.
  6. Browse for the file downloaded in step 1.  Once found select Next.
  7. In the Select Destination folder dialog box choose the folder created in step 3. Select Next.
  8. Select Finish

Notes:
Individuals may be listed multiple times since many individuals hold more than one position.  Each position held by an individual can and often times do have different contact information.

 

Instructions for Microsoft Outlook Express

  1. Download the import file
  2. Open Outlook Express and Open your address book by clicking on the Address toolbar button.
  3. To separate this information from your existing contact data we recommend that you create a new contact folder. To do this from the File Menu select New, then Folder.  Enter the name (ie. Education Directory) and select OK.
  4. Select the newly created folder.  From the File Menu select Import, then Other Address Book.
  5. From the Address Book Import Tool select Text File (Comma Separated Values) and choose Import. 
  6. Locate the file downloaded in step 1 and select next.
  7. Select Finish. 
  8. If you created a new folder in step 3 choose Yes to All otherwise choose No to All. 

Please Note: The import routine does not allow duplicate email addresses within a folder in Outlook Express.  If you choose Yes to All and you have not created a new folder in step 3 you may overwrite existing data.

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North Dakota Department of Public Instruction
Kirsten Baesler, State Superintendent
600 E. Boulevard Avenue, Dept. 201
Bismarck, North Dakota 58505-0440
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