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Old April 16th 12, 07:27 AM
erkjoel erkjoel is offline
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Unhappy catalog type doc where syntax prevent an record from overrunning the bottom of the pg

In my attempt to create a directory type document in mail-merge how can I prevent an address block from over running the page. I want each block that will not fit on a page to start a new page. Thanks.
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