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Free Address Book Overview

With Free Address Book - Free Phone Book you can note the addresses, phone numbers, mobile, fax, company name, country, city, website address and email addresses of your contacts and partners.

Add your custom fields, where you can store your special data, which is not default in this program.

You can easy customize printable list of contacts and details page of selected contact.

Export/import your contacts in CSV format.

Phone Book is absolutely free!

Organize your contacts easy and fast!

Free Address Book Features

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