Microsoft Outlook 2003: How to create a vCard in Windows 7?
Printed business cards have become a common way of sharing contact information. But, do you have any idea that Microsoft Outlook 2003 also provides a very effective way of sending electronic business cards.
Now, what is an electronic business card? Electronic business card is nothing but a file with the extension .vcf called vCard. It also makes it easier to exchange information such as name, address, phone number as well as e-mail address.
vCard is a feature supported by the Microsoft Outlook 2003 and has been one of the latest approaches to the electronic Personal Data Interchange (PDI). When individuals communicate either on a business or personal context, the PDI takes place. Here, vCard comes in act as it facilitates the PDI electronically.
You can send and receive vCard either in the form of an e-mail attachment or as a file or disk. It can then be processed directly to your Microsoft Outlook contact records.
Now, how to create a vCard in Microsoft Outlook 2003 on your Windows 7-based PC? Follow these steps to find out how you can:
- Open Microsoft Outlook 2003.
- In a “Contact folder, click to select the contact for which you want a vCard.
- On the “File menu, click “Save As.
- In the “Save file as type box, click to select “VCARD Files (*.vcf).
- In the “Save In box, select the folder where you want to save the vCard file.
- Click “Save.
See, how simple it is to create a vCard in the Microsoft Outlook 2003 on your Windows 7-based PC. You can also have a quick recap for the above-mentioned steps through our video solution that is given below. Click on the play option to watch the video NOW!