There are a number of methods to insert contact details into a Word file. Perhaps the most convenient is just adding an Address Book button to the Quick Access Toolbar so that you can add contacts on-the-fly and at the touch of a button in any Microsoft Office application.
Including an Address Book Button to the Quick Access Toolbar
To add the button, click the arrow icon in the Quick Access Toolbar. This icon opens a drop-down menu that permits you to customize the Quick Access Toolbar.
Choose “More Commands” from the list of offered alternatives.
Click “Quick Access Toolbar” from the sidebar on the left and then choose “Commands Not in the Ribbon” from the “Choose Commands From” drop-down menu.
Choose “Address Book” and then click the “Add” button to include it to the Quick Access Toolbar.
Click “OK” to include the Address Book button.
Placing Contacts from Your Address Book in a Word Document
To insert a contact, position the cursor where you ‘d like to add the contact information. From the Quick Access Toolbar, click the “Address Book” icon you included.
Contact names need to appear. In our test case, we just have a single contact, “Test Contact.” Click the contact you ‘d like to add, then click the “OKAY” button.
Once done, any info that you have for the contact needs to appear in the document. This, however, is practically completely up to how thorough you remain in producing the contact. For some, it will be a name and an email address. Others will get an address, phone number, and so forth. All of it depends on what you add when you produce a new contact (or edit it later on).
To place a contact, position the cursor where you ‘d like to include the contact information. Contact names need to appear. As soon as done, any details that you have for the contact needs to appear in the file.