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Hi, I run MS Office 2016 on a Windows 10 PC. I also sync Calendar, Contacts and Reminders to my Apple devices by using iCloud for Windows.

A few months ago I upgraded from MS Office 2010 to 2016. All is good except for the fact that none of my 200+ Contacts are visible when I am using Outlook E-mail.

When I set up a new e-mail and click on "Address Book", all that appears in the display box is "Contacts (This computer only)-my email address", but absolutely nothing appears in the search boxes.

Any advice on how to rectify this would be much appreciated.

Regards

Bill
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