OK, GC is a web browser. I have just started using it for my e-mails. I have been using Verizon, and the Entourage system for e-mails, and I have an Address Book that automatically adds the e-mail address when I put a first name into a composed e-mail. The AB is an icon in my finder.
I'm not sure it's a MAC issue, but if you're not comfortable answering because I have a MAC, that's fine, just get me another expert.
I'm using Verizon. My address is XXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX.
I use Verizon. My address is XXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX. If there's another name such as GMail or Yahoo involved, I'm not aware of it. Please answer more quickly. This has tied up my iMAC for more than 2 hours.
You suggested two methods. The first one requires I start with either Outlook Express, Microsoft Outlook or Windows Mail, then go to File Export.... I don't have any of these and can't find Export on my File in either Verizon Mail or Chrome. The second one, Antonio Lore, is nothing but a one-page ad showing what can be done to move an Address Book. It has no "HOW TO" instructions, no buttons to click on and nothing that tells me how to make it happen. I'm no dunce, but I feel like one, having paid $43 to spend most of a day frustrated by computer speak.
The Address Book is in my hard drive, and on my finder as an alias.
I opened antoniolore and installed ab2csv.
what does csv mean?
What's the next step? When I'm in Google Chrome and compose an email, how do I access the Address Book to obtain a contact's address? Please don't assume I am a pro. I need simplified help.
I'm sorry to be so troublesome, but I'm 86, and though I'm an engineer and have been using my iMAC for years, I'm somewhat forgetful.
I have apparently got AB2CSV. I once saw it on my finder icons, but it isn't there now and I'm not sure how to get it back and launch it. I can get to the page HOW TO EXPORT AB2CSV, but that only tells what to do once AB2CSV is launched.