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is it possible to merge a list of customers to one form letter? My letter has
space for 15 customers in list format on one page. I am using an Excel
database as the receipeint list. Word keeps putting the same customer on one
page 15 times. is there any way to change this? If anyone could help, i would
be extremely grateful.
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My guess is that you want to do a "multiple items per condition" type merge,
which Word cannot really do out of the box - for approaches, see e.g.

http://homepage.swissonline.ch/cindy...r/mergfaq1.htm

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;211303

(Or use an Access report if possible)

Peter Jamieson

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is it possible to merge a list of customers to one form letter? My letter
has
space for 15 customers in list format on one page. I am using an Excel
database as the receipeint list. Word keeps putting the same customer on
one
page 15 times. is there any way to change this? If anyone could help, i
would
be extremely grateful.



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