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Export and Import Outlook Notes using Text Files
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To convert Outlook notes to text files in Microsoft Outlook, you can do as following:

Step 1: Shift to the Note view, and select the note that you will save as text file.

Note: In Microsoft Outlook 2013, you can select multiple notes at the same time, and save them as one text file.

Step 2: Click the File > Save As.
Step 3: In the popping up Save As dialog box,

(1) Specify a folder to save the text file into;

(2) Enter a name for the text file in the File name box;

(3) Click the Save as type box, and select the Text Only from the drop down list;

(4) Click the Save button.
Then the selected note is converted into one text file at once.

I hope this is helpful!
Lewis Bert
Shift to the Note view, and select the note that you will save as text files.Click the File > Save As and then In the popping up Save As dialog box, Specify a folder to save the text file into; Enter a name for the text file in the File name box;Click the Save as type box, and select the Text Only from the drop down list; Click the Save button.
Then the selected note is converted into one text file at once.
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