Outlook 2013 | 2010 - Exporting Custom Dictionaries

Important: By February 2017, Microsoft will no longer push any updates to Office 2013 suite of applications. Please see the following document for further details: Office 365 - Microsoft Office 2013 path to retirement.

This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to extract your custom libraries from Outlook 2013 for importing into another email client.

Note: The images used are from Outlook 2013, but the steps are the same for Outlook 2010.

  1. Click on the Start button.

    Windows Start Button

  2. Select Control Panel.

    Control Panel

  3. Make sure your view is set to Small Icons.

    Small Icons View

  4. Navigate to Folder Options.

    Folder Options

  5. Click on the View tab.

    View Tab

  6. Under Hidden files and folders, select Show hidden files, folders, and drives, click Apply, then OK.

    Show Hidden Files

  7. You can now close out of Control Panel.

  8. Click on the Start button again.

    Windows Start Button

  9. Select Computer.

    Select Computer

  10. Click on Local Disk (C:).

    Local Disk

  11. Click on Users.

    Select Users Folder

  12. Select your Netid or login name.

    Select NetID

  13. Click on AppData > Roaming > Microsoft > UProof .

    Select AppData

    Select Roaming

    Select Microsoft

    Select UProof

  14. Right-click on the dictionary you want to export, then select Copy.

    Copy File

  15. Navigate to the folder you wish to store this file, then right-click and paste to finish the process.

    Paste File




Keywords:Office 365 o365 Custom Libraries Outlook 2013 2010 Windows 7 folder options hidden files drives local disk appdata microsoft migration preparation preparatory transition o365   Doc ID:38041
Owner:Ara M.Group:Office 365
Created:2014-02-27 17:46 CDTUpdated:2016-08-23 10:32 CDT
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