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  1. Hi All! I've purchased some music through Amazon and its on my Kindle Fire. How do I transfer the music to my iTunes? I hope I don't have to purchase it again!! Am I able to transfer music purchased through iTunes to my Kindle (maybe this is a better route...)? Thanks!Karen W
  2. Hi, My computer hard drive failed and I have a backup on an external drive. I re-installed all programs and then restored files from backup. I can see the addresses in one folder called contacts, but only by going to Contacts, lower left in Outlook. Is there a way for me to point Outlook at this folder, or transfer the list to another folder Outlook will see? Using "auto complete" quickly is my goal. Am I going to have to manually point Outlook to the address in the list, each time, until "auto complete" fills in? Thanks for your help, Shell Clark OS: Win 7 64 -- Outlook 2007
  3. I have Pst files in my current outlook 2007. I am leaving one company that I am employed with and moving to another company....I want to make sure to save and move my .pst files for my outlook, to my new outlook with my new company. How can I do this...I know it sounds simple but for me, it is not...
  4. I recently had the dreaded Windows Security Virus and it crashed my hard drive - apparently my drive was getting old and breaking down anyways so I got a new hard drive and had someone install Windows 7 from XP and move everything over. However - all that's there under "Old Files" are links to Web sites I frequented - NONE of my old files, pictures or E-mails can be found. Or at least I can't find them... Is there hope? Is there some secret place Windows 7 is hiding these files??? Thanks!
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