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printing address book

I would like to print out my address book. I have tried the hold shift key to get all the addresses but it still wants to print the book on several pages, I would like it on 1 or 2 sheets of paper,typed single spaced. Any suggestions? Thanks

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From the Help file

To print Address Book information

In the Address Book, select the contacts you want to print.
To select a block of names, press and hold down the SHIFT key, click the first name in the block and then click the last name in the block.
To select individual names, press and hold down the CTRL key while you click the names.
Click Print on the toolbar. On the Print dialog box, under Print Style, select a printing style:
To print all Address Book information about the contacts, click Memo.
To print business-related information about the contacts, click Business Card.
To print a list of phone numbers for the selected contacts, click Phone List.

Note: You may be able to customize the size and orientation of your printed Address Book pages. To view your printer's options, in the Print dialog box, click Properties.


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address book

I have tried this, it did not work, it still wants to put them on several pages. What next?

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A little free program that will

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