Jim wants to know if he can create a database of all his phone numbers and print it out into a written guide. Leo says that every computer comes with the ability to do that. In Windows 7, Windows has an address book built in and once he inputs all the data, he'll be able to print it out.
But Leo has a better idea that will "future proof" everything -- Google Contacts. This will then sync it to his mobile phone, tablet, and more. And he can also print it. He can even print them into address cards for a kind of rolodex. To do that, he'll export it into a CSV file and then he can import it into Avery's Address Cards software. It's free.