Convert CSV files (created by Microsoft Excel or other compatible software) to VCF vCard file. VCF files store information regarding your contacts, enclosing vCards (Virtual Business Cards). Such files are used to export and import contacts from and to mobile phones (Android or iPhone) and Microsoft Outlook. Designed with simplicity in mind, CSV to VCF Converter can only perform one task: that of extracting the contacts from the input CSV container, then transfer it to a newly created VCF file. In other words, you just have to select the input Excel file and choose to export it to VCF format, all with just a few clicks.
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Supports: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP (32-bit and 64-bit)
License: Free to try
|Excel to VCF converter|
|Export unlimited entries|
|Commercial use allowed|
|No nag screen, no ads|
|Ability to disable update notifications|
|Lifetime free updates|
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Dealing with contacts in an Outlook address book can sometimes be a bit cumbersome. This is one of the reason why many users prefer to make the changes and tweaks into a CSV format file, from within Excel. However, once the adjustments have been performed, a way to convert that CSV file to the Outlook-compatible, VCF (vCard) format is required. CSV to VCF Converter will provide such functionality.