I have just made the switch to MAC from Windows, and migrated everything. I must use Entourage for its Mail Merge as I handle a large list for my high school class reunions and need to send personalized e-mails. I prefer to keep these names separate from the other names in my address book. To do so, I have these surnames all begin with "ZZ-" so as to be separate from my regular contacts. This is clunky, as Entourage now shows the name with this entered along with their e-mail address when i send out. I am looking for a way around this. Way back, our first computer was a MAC, system 7.6. In there, you could paste a blank space, it would not show, and it would alphabetize before a letter (so if I could do this i would instead have a blank space begin the names of all my regular contacts and drop the "ZZ-" from my 400 classmates, an easy fix). This does not work. All I can come up with so far is to begin my friends' surnames with a "`" (back-tic), this is the least visual, but I would like to do better if I can. Or, if there is a way, then to have two separate folders in the book, but I do not see any way to do that either. So--has this wheel been invented? If it has and it is already here, i apologize for not being able to figure out the necessary search terms to find it. Thanks.