Assuming you are signed in with your Google account and your Google groups are displayed in Contactosaurus, editing a contact is done by:
- Selecting a contact
- Making changes to the contact
- Saving your changes.
Selecting a contact
To select a contact choose a Google group in the right side of the display. After a brief pause, all of the contacts in the group are displayed as icons. Click on the icon of the contact you wish to edit, and it will be displayed on the left hand area of the Home tab.
Contactosaurus has a style that should look familiar to Microsoft Office users. A ribbon tab across the top shows three tabs:
Traditional file and print buttons are in this backstage tab. None of these buttons work in the Beta version.
Add, delete, or save the changes you have made to a contact. Login to your Google account, logout, or change accounts.
An inside-the-program web browser provides access to the Internet and to online documentation for Contactosaurus.
You must have a Google Account
If you use almost any Google application you have a Google account. This will be a familiar sight:
If you don't have a Google account, you can get one. Sign up for Gmail or get a personalized Google homepage or sign up on YouTube or...well, you get the idea.
Download and install Contactosaurus on your Windows PC
Use the Downloads tab on this website to download and install Contactosaurus.