Question: My boss is the head of my company and a genius-engineer type. He must have his contacts in a book
rather than an electronic format. Currently, I use Outlook 2003 and have created
a contact binder with tabs for Home, Personal, Medical, Business, etc.
My boss wants several contacts from the same company to be seen under one company view (one contact name under the other with phone numbers under the master company header), instead of several separate views. He also would like to see the database sorted in different ways, but he wants more configurable views rather than the several choices of view from Outlook.
In relation to this, I have several questions to other admins.
- Would a skilled Outlook user be able to change the contact format and contact views into a more easily read format? If so, where could I get the training/knowledge (i.e., training CDs, courseware or live training) to do this?
- Does anyone know of any other database program out there for personal contacts that is very detailed, flexible and configurable? (We've already scrapped Access.)
Thanks for any help.
-- Karen Kosmoski