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Making hard copies of BCC address lists: Can I do it?

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Question: “I use Microsoft Office 2003, and I need to keep a hard copy of BCC address lists. How do I do that?” — Anonymous

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In your contact list there is a tab at the bottom of each contact address card that is called catagories. You can open up the list of catagories and make a new one for yourself called BCC. Each time you had a contact click the catagory tab and add to the BCC list. You can even mark it as private if you'd like. Hope this helps you.

Do you mean the distribution groups in Outlook - which you can use for the "to" addresses as well as CC and BCC? If that's it, you go into your Contacts (by clicking on the Contacts toggle in the lower left of Outlook), then select and open the specific distribution groups you want to make a hard copy of. Once you open the distro group to reveal the listing of names and e-mail addresses, you can print it out and there's your hard copy.

While using MS 2003 word, Please go to the address book tab and them click it, it will give you the option for To,Cc and Bc. I hope this will wokrs.

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Michele May 29, 2009 at 4:16 pm

I aways keep a copy of my rosters in an excel spreadsheet, that way I can keep track of who I have bcc’d and find who may have gotten left off. I will sometimes send to large groups or team members of different facilities then all I have to go is go to my spreadsheet copy the e-mail adress collumn and paste it into the Bcc line. Now I have a recored of who has been Bcc’d for that topic as well.

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