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How to sync Microsoft Outlook contacts with my Samsung Galaxy Tab

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Samsung Galaxy Tab™ (2.2)

1. On the computer, launch Microsoft Outlook.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

2. Click File.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

3. Click Open.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

4. Click Import.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

5. Click Export to a file.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

6. Click Next.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

7. Click Comma Separated Values (Windows).

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

8. Click Next.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

9. Click Contacts.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

10. Click Next.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

11. Click Browse to choose where you would like to save the CSV file.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

12. Click Next.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

13. Click Finish.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

14. Launch a web browser and navigate to Gmail (gmail.com).

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

15. Log in to your Gmail account.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

16. Click Contacts.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

17. Click More.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

18. Click Import.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

19. Select the CSV file with your contacts.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

20. Click Import.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

21. The contacts have been imported into Gmail.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

22. On the tablet, touch Menu.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

23. Touch Settings.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

24. Touch Accounts and sync.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

25. Touch your Google account.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

26. Touch Menu.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

27. Touch Sync Now to synchronize the contacts.

If you have contacts stored in Microsoft® Outlook®, you can export them to a file and then import them into a Gmail™ account. You can then sync your Samsung Galaxy Tab with your Gmail contacts.
In this example, we've used Microsoft Outlook 2010.

This process should work successfully with other email programs and other webmail services.
You may be able to import contacts using a memory card or SIM card, but a SIM card might not hold all your contacts.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

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