Excel to Outlook Tool Allows De-duplicating Excel Contacts Easily

Madrid, Spain, December 18, 2009 – Microsoft Excel is widely used application list creation and maintenance. Many people make use of Excel to store their important contacts as this tool is easy to use. Many Outlook users, who store their contacts in Excel sheets, feel the need to convert their contacts saved in Excel to Outlook This is because manually feeding contacts in Outlook one-by-one is a tedious and time-consuming task. So, they look out for any software that can quickly convert Excel to Outlook contacts without any wastage of time, effort and energy. SysTools, acknowledging this need, developed a software tool for exporting Excel to Outlook contacts – SysTools Excel to Outlook software.


The Excel to Outlook software had been used by many users around the world. SysTools also keep updating its software tools and keeps bringing new advanced versions. SysTools Excel to Outlook latest updated software version is 3.0.


This is a very common occurrence that while putting the contacts in an Excel sheet; people tend to feed same contact more than once. When these contacts are converted from Excel to Outlook, users don’t really want duplication of any contact. So, acknowledging this need, a feature was added to SysTools Excel to Outlook software and i.e. de-duplicating of Excel contacts. This means that – if any user has a single contact entry appearing more than once in the Excel spreadsheet, then the software will import Excel spreadsheet to Outlook contacts without the duplication of any entry. It will show the entry that was duplicated only once in Outlook.


In the version 3.0 of the Excel to Outlook software, this feature of de-duplicating of Excel contacts has been more enhanced to rule out any chance of duplication at all. Users can import Excel file to Outlook contacts easily now and one entry will appear in Outlook only once. http://www.exceltooutlook.com/

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