How to open .VCF files?

Below are the steps to open a VCF file in Excel.

Vcf stands for Virtual Contact File. This is an electronic business card. Due to their small size, vcf files are commonly used for communication between applications. In most cases, you can find it attached to emails.

Vcards contain such personal information as names, job titles, addresses, phone numbers, emails, and binary photos.

Opening a VCF file

Click on the File tab at the top left corner and then click Open.

vcf file open

Click the drop-down menu at the bottom, right corner of the window and then click All File. Select all the VCard files that you want to import into Excel and then double-click the file.

sample vcf file

Note: All of the files are already displayed in MS Excel 2013 and higher.

Converting Vcf to Excel

Click Delimited at the top of the window and then click Next.

vcf delimited

Click on the Tab option in the Delimiter at the top of the window and then click Next.

vcf click next

Click the General option in the Column Data Format section and then click Finish.

vcard click finish

To convert VCF to csv, you need to just import it to Excel following the above steps and save your spreadsheet as csv.

It is important to note that .VCF files are used to store contact information and can contain a variety of information, such as name, address, phone number, email address, and more. When you import a .VCF file into Microsoft Excel, the information may be separated into different columns based on the structure of the .VCF file.

Additionally, the imported .VCF file may not retain all the formatting and structure of the original file. The data may be rearranged or reformatted to fit into the cells of the Microsoft Excel worksheet. If you need to retain the original structure of the .VCF file, you may need to save the data as a separate file, or use a specialized contact management tool to view and work with the data.

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