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Old December 31st 09, 06:33 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.mailmerge.fields
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Default How to do arrays with mail merge.

I have an excel spreadsheet with the list of accounts and the description
types that looks something like this:
Account Type

12345 1A
45678 1B
78912 1A
55679 2
24567 1A

I want to create a table that does a level break on the Type and list all
accounts that have that type like this

Type Accounts
1A 12345, 78912, 24567
1B 45678
2 55679

Is this doable with mail merge?

Thanks in advance for your help

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