Contact List Template
Need to create a custom contact list? Whether trying to keep track of all your contacts or putting together a phone or address list for a specific occasion, Vertex42's free customizable Contact List Template can help you get organized. Great for clubs, organizations, families or your own personal needs, the Contact List Template will help you get off to a quick start. The template allows you to easily sort and filter by any heading, and it is ready for printing.
This template can be easily customized, turning it into an email contact list, an address list or simple phone list. Simply choose one of the predefined headings or create your own. Feel free to add as many columns as you want or delete a few for something simpler.
Contact List Templatefor Excel, OpenOffice, and Google Sheets
"No installation, no macros - just a simple spreadsheet" - by Jon Wittwer
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Vertex42's Contact List Template is easy to customize and simple to use. Now you can keep all your contacts organized and up to date!
You can add as many columns as you want, so you can use this list for keeping track of birthdays, anniversaries, and even mark which addresses to include on your Christmas card list.
The references listed below can help you set up your list for mail merge or importing into other contact list software (like Outlook and Gmail).
Creative Ways to Use Contact Lists
Using the Contact List
- Add additional columns to your address list by copying a column and changing the heading
- Consider adding a category or group column to help you organize your contacts. This will allow you to easily filter your list based on whatever categories you define.
- Use this template with Microsoft Word's mail merge feature to print form letters and envelopes. Great for envelope labels, wedding invitations and form letters.
- Simply save the Contact List Template as a CSV file to get started importing your contacts into other software such as Outlook and Gmail Contacts. See the resource links below for more information.
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References: Mail Merge and Importing Your Contact List
- Excel and Mail Merge at office.microsoft.com - Microsoft's guide to printing labels using mail merge and excel data. Instructions can also be adapted to print form letters or invitations.
- Importing Contacts into Gmail at mail.google.com - Gmail’s step by step guide to importing from a CSV file.
- Import Contacts from Excel to Outlook at office.microsoft.com - Step by step instructions from Microsoft on how to import from Excel straight into Outlook.