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Topic # 132318 17-Oct-2013 10:13
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Hi All, 

I have an Outlook.com account which I love. 

It includes a People tab along with Skydrive, Mail and Calendar, which allows me to manage my contacts. 

I'm wondering does anybody know a way to add photos to contacts here? Yeah, I have a Windows Phone (Nokia 720) which is also great and I know I can add photos there but sometimes it is easier to do it on a desktop machine in the browser. 

Tried 'edit' with no joy. 

Any ideas?




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  Reply # 916769 17-Oct-2013 23:00
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easiest way to hook up pictures for contacts is to connect it to Facebook, Skype, Twitter, Linked in etc.

try the following link for some help: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-NZ/windows/outlook-connected-people




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  Reply # 916770 17-Oct-2013 23:03
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if you're using Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, the you can add photos via the "People" app there too.

if you're using Microsoft Office Outlook, pretty sure(*) you can add them via that also.

(*) don't quote me on that :P




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  Reply # 916858 18-Oct-2013 09:12
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The photos I have in Outlook (not .com) come from Skype.




 

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