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    Create a Contact:

    1. Launch “Contacts
    2. Access “All contacts
    3. Tap “+
    4. Select the desired method for storing or syncing it
    5. Enter the contact’s name, phone number, and other optional details in the appropriate fields
    6. Tap “Done

    Import/Export Contacts:

    1. Open “Contacts
    2. Tap “Menu” > “Import/Export
    3. Select to “Import from storage” “Import from SIM” or “Export to storage

    Add Contacts to Speed Dial:

    1. Tap and hold an empty area on the home screen
    2. Go to “Widgets
    3. Drag and drop the “Direct Dial” widget over an empty area on the home screen
    4. At the prompt, select the contact you want to link with the widget

    NOTE: You can repeat these steps to add multiple Direct Dial widgets on the home screen. You can also organize these widgets in folders on the home screen by dragging one and dropping it over another.

    Delete Contacts:

    1. Launch “Contacts
    2. Go to “All contacts
    3. Tap the contact you want to delete
    4. Tap “Edit” > “Menu” > “Delete
    5. Press “OK

    Reset the Call Log:

    1. Launch “Phone
    2. Tap “Menu
    3. Go to “Call history
    4. For more details on a call log entry, select it
    5. To clear the call log, tap “Menu” > “Call history
    6. Tap “Clear call history

    Create a Caller Group:

    1. Open “Contacts
    2. Access “All contacts
    3. Tap “+
    4. Go to “Group name
    5. Tap “Create a new group
    6. Enter the desired name for the group
    7. Tap “OK

    Add Contacts to an Existing Caller Group:

    1. Launch “Contacts
    2. Go to “All contacts
    3. Tap and hold the desired contact
    4. Tap “Edit” > “Group name
    5. Select the desired caller group
    6. Press “Back

    See More: BlackBerry KEY2: Create and Manage Contacts, Caller Groups, and the Call Log

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    Help?! Assigning the speed dials 2-thru-9 was the easy part. But then I THOUGHT? that pressing an assigned key would connect pressing 1 does to email. Does the keyboard on the KEY2 NOT do that for the assigned keys? Cause I realllly don't want another widget on the desktop. I hoped keeping QWERTY meant I could just press a key without scrolling and make the connection. ANd no amount of googling and juggling search words is giving me anything but how to ASSIGN the keys so I'm feeling as if the entire BlackBerry world knows how to then USE the assigned #s except MEEEEE (whaaaaa! Sobbbbbb!)

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