Importing Entourage addresses

Question: How can I import an entire address book into Entourage? The IT Guy says: If you are using the latest version of Entourage 2004 for Macintosh, go to the FILE menu and choose IMPORT. Select whether you are importing from an Entourage archive, another program, or a text file. If the address book is
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Question: How can I import an entire address book into Entourage?

The IT Guy says:
If you are using the latest version of Entourage 2004 for Macintosh, go to the FILE menu and choose IMPORT. Select whether you are importing from an Entourage archive, another program, or a text file. If the address book is saved on another computer, you will need to export the addresses as either an Entourage archive (using FILE – EXPORT) or as a delimited file. Entourage should bring all the address book records in the archive or file into your current Entourage address book.

If you are migrating from Outlook 2001 for Macintosh to Entourage 2004, download and use the “PST Import Tool for Entourage 2004” to bring your mail and address book entries over to Entourage.

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