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Oct 24, 2014
1. Adobe Acrobat XI Caroline O'Keeffe
Oct 15, 2014
2. RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010 Dawn Gilbert
3. RE: efam HANDOUTS AVAILABE Darlene McIver
Oct 14, 2014
4. RE: efam HANDOUTS AVAILABE Jacqueline Anthony
5. RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010 Kay Klosowski
6. RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010 Michelle McConnell
7. RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010 Kay Klosowski
8. RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010 Kay Klosowski
9. RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010 Michelle McConnell
10. RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010 Michelle McConnell


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Adobe Acrobat XI
From: Caroline O'Keeffe
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Oct 24, 2014 3:52 PM
Subject: Adobe Acrobat XI
Message:
This message has been cross posted to the following eGroups: Microsoft Office and Computer Tech Tips .
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Good Afternoon,

My office is considering upgrading to Adobe Acrobat XI but I am unsure whether the Standard version will meet our needs, rather than going to the added expense to get the Pro version. 

My key use for Adobe is to create fillable forms that our members can complete to register for meetings, events, etc.  I like the feature whereby I can then export that date to an Excel spreadsheet.

Can anyone confirm whether those features are available in the Standard version - I have looked at a list that compares both versions but I am unclear as to the answer to this specific question?

Thanks, Caroline

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Caroline O'Keeffe
Administrative Manager
Oakville, ON
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RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
From: Dawn Gilbert
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Oct 15, 2014 3:34 PM
Subject: RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
Message:
Michelle - with the contact list you want to copy open follow these steps. Select the File tab at the top of it, then Options, then Advanced and if you look down the list you should see Export.
From that point select Export to a file, then the type of Excel file you would like.
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Dawn Gilbert
Department Assistant
Fife Lake, MI

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RE: efam HANDOUTS AVAILABE
From: Darlene McIver
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Oct 15, 2014 9:08 AM
Subject: RE: efam HANDOUTS AVAILABE
Message:
I don't understand the problem.  I see no reason why the handouts can't be provided or available to ALL paying members of IAAP.  Just because they get the handouts does not give them the hands on information we received during the actual sessions from the presenters.  I didn't attend all the sessions, and quite frankly there was no way to do that, but I printed them all out just for my own information.  Many of the handouts were simply outlines of what they intended to discuss and very limited in information, so what's the harm.

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Darlene McIver CAP
Office Manager
Davison, MI
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RE: efam HANDOUTS AVAILABE
From: Jacqueline Anthony
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Oct 14, 2014 3:33 PM
Subject: RE: efam HANDOUTS AVAILABE
Message:
For what it is worth, I feel it is my responsibility to share information with others who do not have access to same.  When I attend a conference, webinar, etc., I almost always share it with our membership and even other admins who are not members of IAAP.  We can all use resources to increase our knowledge base and, undoubtedly, it may help us to do our jobs better and maybe decrease the stress associated with not knowing how to complete a task.

As far as I am concerned, knowledge is power!  I plan to continue to do what I can to see that others are empowered with information/resources that are accessible to me.  If we all would put ourselves in another admin's shoes, we could see that sharing information is the right thing to do.

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Jacqueline Anthony
Operations Assistant to the COO
Charlotte NC
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RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
From: Kay Klosowski
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Oct 14, 2014 2:02 PM
Subject: RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
Message:

I'm glad it worked for you.  The Computer Tech Tips group has been a great resource for me, so I always like to do the same for others when I can.

 

Kay

 

Kay Klosowski

Budget & Finance Assistant

Grand Valley State University

1 Campus Drive, 2015 JHZ

Allendale, MI  49401

Phone: 616.331.2831

Fax: 616.331.3287

 




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RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
From: Michelle McConnell
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Oct 14, 2014 1:52 PM
Subject: RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
Message:
Kay, this is brilliant! Thanks so much for not giving up and providing me with the solution I needed. You definitely know your Excel.

Best regards,

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Michelle McConnell, CAP-OM
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RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
From: Kay Klosowski
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Oct 14, 2014 12:29 PM
Subject: RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
Message:
I found a solution!  I tested it and it creates a spreadsheet with contact name and e-mail address only

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Kay Klosowski
Budget & Finance Assistant
Allendale, MI
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RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
From: Kay Klosowski
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Oct 14, 2014 12:09 PM
Subject: RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
Message:
You're right...I apologize!  My notes from a class I took indicated that if you opened a specific list, it would only export the contact info for the people in that list.  I just tested that, and it's not the case.  My mistake...we'll have to keep exploring!
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Kay Klosowski
Budget & Finance Assistant
Allendale, MI
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RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
From: Michelle McConnell
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Oct 14, 2014 11:50 AM
Subject: RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
Message:
No, I'm only trying to get three large Group Contacts from Outlook to Excel not the entire list of Contacts. Yes, I did Ctrl A before Ctrl C but good thinking; sometimes it is the easiest solution. Thanks for your suggestion but I may be expecting too much from Microsoft.

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Michelle McConnell, CAP-OM
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RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
From: Michelle McConnell
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Oct 14, 2014 11:44 AM
Subject: RE: Exporting Contact List into Excel 2010
Message:
Thanks, this is good to know when I need to export the entire individual contacts but it didn't pick up any of my Contact Groups. I tried it twice and am sure I followed your instructions properly but wonder if the fact it is a Group and not an individual contact is preventing them not to export. I appreciate everyone taking time to offer suggestions. This is one of the benefits of IAAP!

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Michelle McConnell, CAP-OM
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