Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
In this chapter, you’ve learned about data considerations when preparing a data source
document in Word or another application. You then learned how to use each of the mail merge
tools in the Mailings tab to begin a mail merge document, attach a data source with records
to a merge document, insert merge fi elds, and complete a data merge. You’ve also seen that
this feature isn’t just for mail merge but has many other uses as well. You should now be
able to do the following:
Create a new data source fi le and prepare data from various sources.
Create a new data source list within Word.
Use Outlook contacts as a source for mail merge data.
Select a Word, HTML, Access, Excel, and other data fi le for the merge data source.
Select just the records you want for the merge.
Insert composite merge fi elds, such as the Address Block and Greeting Line, as well
as control how those fi elds are constituted.
Integrate the merge fi elds with your other document content.
Update labels.
Finish by merging to a document or printer.
Use the Mail Merge Wizard.
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