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Default Mail merge leaves out job title from address block

I'm using Word 2003 to print labels from an Excel 2003 database. In the Word
merge wizard, in the "Match fields" box I matched a database field to "Job
title" under "optional information," but the label prints out without the job
title.

How can I get Word to recognize the job title field? Thanks.
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Default Mail merge leaves out job title from address block

Don't use the Address Block. Just insert the merge fields that you want to
use in the configuration that you want them.

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I'm using Word 2003 to print labels from an Excel 2003 database. In the
Word
merge wizard, in the "Match fields" box I matched a database field to "Job
title" under "optional information," but the label prints out without the
job
title.

How can I get Word to recognize the job title field? Thanks.



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Default Mail merge leaves out job title from address block

It worked! Thanks very much.

"Doug Robbins - Word MVP" wrote:

Don't use the Address Block. Just insert the merge fields that you want to
use in the configuration that you want them.

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Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

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"Don Burgess" wrote in message
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I'm using Word 2003 to print labels from an Excel 2003 database. In the
Word
merge wizard, in the "Match fields" box I matched a database field to "Job
title" under "optional information," but the label prints out without the
job
title.

How can I get Word to recognize the job title field? Thanks.




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You should open the Mail Merge Wizard, check and update the field mapping to accurately correspond to the Job title column in your Excel sheet, and preview the labels before completing the Mail Merge process. build now gg
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