Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Topic A: Form letters
Topic A: Form letters
This topic covers the following Microsoft Office Specialist objectives for exam 77-881:
Word 2010.
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Objective
7.1
Set up a mail merge
7.1.1 Perform a mail merge using the Mail Merge Wizard
7.1.2 Perform a mail merge manually
7.1.3 Use Auto Check for Errors
7.2
Execute a mail merge
7.2.1 Preview and print a mail merge operation
This topic covers the following Microsoft Office Specialist objectives for exam 77-887:
Word Expert 2010.
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Objective
4.1
Execute a mail merge
4.1.1 Merge rules
4.1.2 Send personalized email messages to multiple recipients
4.2
Create a mail merge by using other data sources
4.2.1 Use Microsoft Outlook tables as data sources for a mail merge operation
4.2.2 Use Access tables as data sources for a mail merge operation
4.2.3 Use Excel tables as data sources for a mail merge operation
4.2.4 Use Word tables as data sources for a mail merge operation
The Mail Merge feature
Explanation
When you need to mail a form letter to multiple recipients, you can save time by using
Word’s Mail Merge feature to generate all of the letters from a single document. Most
of the text in the letter will be identical for all recipients, but some specific elements—
such as the recipient’s name and address—will be different in each letter.
Inserting standard fields
Before you begin the mail merge process, you might want to insert several standard
fields into your letter. A field is a placeholder for data that can change. For example,
you can use a field to insert a date that is automatically updated.
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