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Is there a macro or little appliaction that allows our secretary to print a new phone list, but the data should come from active directory?


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This script pulls all the users into Excel with full information This one just pulls the basics but is a good starting point


This is fairly straightforward once you have the LDAP query you need to pull the information from Active Directory. See a guide which will get you started here


Theres a good article on how to do so with a batch file here. You can use this to output to a text file that could then be edited in word.

If you want something more advanced there are a number of perl scripts out there that will do it.


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