PS. The above worked on my old machine, but with my daughters machine I had to highlight in a different way. Open Address book to full page to make it easier. Scroll to the bottom of the page. Press left mouse button at extreme bottom right of page, drag accross to the left of the page, then vertically upwards, this highlights everything. Edit/select all, edit/copy. Then paste into the floppy. The only snag that I found on both machines was that when downloading to the new machine, I had to click each one individually to put it into the new address book, maybe there is a quicker way.
It is quite a time since I used Outlook express 5, but this is the way I have recently done in in OE-6.
Open OE, then click "file", the choose "export", choose, "address book". The follow the process, naming the csv file, and save. Reverse the process, when you want to import the file on the new PC. This file should be small enough to go on a floppy.
Hope this works for you, as it did for me.
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