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how do i convert files from .mdb to .vcf ?

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Suraj Dan Mathews, Jul 28, 2006.

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  2. Douglas J Steele

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    See that big white space? That's where you're supposed to put details of
    what it is you're using...

    Assuming that by ".vcf", you mean a vCard File, I can't imagine that it
    would be possible to convert.

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    Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP
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  3. Suraj Dan Mathews

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    "Douglas J Steele" wrote:

    > See that big white space? That's where you're supposed to put details of
    > what it is you're using...
    >
    > Assuming that by ".vcf", you mean a vCard File, I can't imagine that it
    > would be possible to convert.
    >

    ok... i have a contacts databse from my pda that is stored on my computer
    as an access. i bought a new mobile that accepts data in vcf format only.
    that is why i need it so.

    yes i meant vCard file by extention .vcf
    > --
    > Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP
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  4. Ron2006

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    The vcf file is really just a slightly complicated text file. You could
    probably do it with vba with a few trial and error attempts. Or if you
    have outlook, have Access put them in the contacts area (which you may
    have already done). and then from outlook, select them and do a save as
    vcf.
     
  5. Ron2006

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    I was NOT able to save multiple contacts in vcf format, so the outlook
    approach may not by you a lot - depending on how many contacts you have.
     

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