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In a blank Microsoft Word document, click on the Mailings tab, and in the Start Mail Merge group, click Start Mail Merge . Click Step-by-Step Mail Merge Wizard . Select your document type. ... Select the starting document. ... Select recipients. ... Write the letter and add custom fields.
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Step 2: Start the Document. ... Step 3: Select Recipients. ... Step 4: Write Your Letter.
1. Make sure your contacts list is ready. ... Create a new blank document in Word. Navigate to the Mailings tab. Click the Start Mail Merge button and select your document type. ... Click the Select Recipients button and choose to create a new list, use an existing list, or choose from Outlook Contacts. ... 6a. ... 6b.
A15: No, you cannot add an attachment when performing a merge to an e-mail message. Microsoft Office Word doesn't support this functionality. However, you can add an attachment when performing a merge to an e-mail message programmatically by using CDOSys. You can contact a solution provider to build solution for you.
Excel spreadsheets and Outlook contact lists are the most common data sources, but if you don't yet have a data source, you can type it up in Word, as part of the mail merge process. Excel spreadsheet works well as a data source if all data is on one sheet and the data is formatted so that it can be read by Word.
More Information. A mail merge is used to create form letters, mailing labels, envelopes, directories, and mass e-mail message and fax distributions. There are three documents that are involved in the mail merge process: the main document, the data source, and the merged document.
In a blank Microsoft Word document, click on the Mailings tab, and in the Start Mail Merge group, click Start Mail Merge . Click Step-by-Step Mail Merge Wizard . Select your document type. ... Select the starting document. ... Select recipients. ... Write the letter and add custom fields.
Go to Mailings > Select Recipients > Use an Existing List, then choose New Source to open the Data Connection Wizard. Choose the type of data source you want to use for the mail merge, and then select Next. Follow the prompts in the Data Connection Wizard to complete the data connection to the merge document.
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