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Default Merge data - save as different documents

I am using Word 2003. I have a letter with merge fields and Excel is the
data source. The data source includes products by locations.
Is there a way to merge data for a specific product but save the data as
different files when the location changes. Currently, I am running the merge
separately for each location.

If yes, please explain because I don't have a clue as to how it can be done.

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Hi ?B?SmFu?=,

I am using Word 2003. I have a letter with merge fields and Excel is the
data source. The data source includes products by locations.
Is there a way to merge data for a specific product but save the data as
different files when the location changes. Currently, I am running the merge
separately for each location.

there's no way mail merge can do this for you, no. Something would probably be
possible using a macro...

Cindy Meister
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