How to convert Excel sheet contact list to my Outlook profile
deepakx kumar 36 weeks ago
I was working on Excel for few years & saved my contacts in an Excel sheet & list of contacts is of about 2500 members. Now, when I am trying to move contacts list to my Outlook profile, it just not works. Problem comes when Outlook is supposed to do the mapping of the columns, it only results in one column.
Main issue: Mapping of contact details is not done correctly. How to perform this task correctly with easy steps & not wasting much time?
Any kind of help is appreciable!!
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