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Default Mail Merge Wizard

I'm currently trying to do a mail merge in WORD from an Excel spreadsheet.
When looking at HELP in Excel, it says to go to WORD and open the Mail Merge
Wizard . . . the instructions from there are for the wizard. . . . .I run
WORD 11 and can't find the wizard! Tried MS but couldn't find anything there
after an hour of searching! Anyone know where the wizard is????? HELP!
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Default Mail Merge Wizard

Although based on labels which are the most complex merge type -
http://www.gmayor.com/mail_merge_lab...th_word_xp.htm should reveal all
you really need to know about merging.

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Holly Groves wrote:
I'm currently trying to do a mail merge in WORD from an Excel
spreadsheet. When looking at HELP in Excel, it says to go to WORD
and open the Mail Merge Wizard . . . the instructions from there are
for the wizard. . . . .I run WORD 11 and can't find the wizard!
Tried MS but couldn't find anything there after an hour of searching!
Anyone know where the wizard is????? HELP!



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Default Mail Merge Wizard

But not doing labels. What about letters? Is there something there for that
too? And moving from Excel?
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"Graham Mayor" wrote:

Although based on labels which are the most complex merge type -
http://www.gmayor.com/mail_merge_lab...th_word_xp.htm should reveal all
you really need to know about merging.

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Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org


Holly Groves wrote:
I'm currently trying to do a mail merge in WORD from an Excel
spreadsheet. When looking at HELP in Excel, it says to go to WORD
and open the Mail Merge Wizard . . . the instructions from there are
for the wizard. . . . .I run WORD 11 and can't find the wizard!
Tried MS but couldn't find anything there after an hour of searching!
Anyone know where the wizard is????? HELP!




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Default Mail Merge Wizard

The mail merge wizard is under ToolsLetters and Mailings. However, you are
probably better off to display the Mail Merge toolbar by selecting Toolbars
from the View menu and then check the Mail Merge item. That toolbar
contains all of the buttons that you will need to execute a mail merge,
starting from the first on the left where you choose the type of merge, the
using the second, you select the data source.

It is to that Toolbar that Graham was pointing you suggesting that you look
at the article on his website.

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But not doing labels. What about letters? Is there something there for
that
too? And moving from Excel?
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Holly


"Graham Mayor" wrote:

Although based on labels which are the most complex merge type -
http://www.gmayor.com/mail_merge_lab...th_word_xp.htm should reveal
all
you really need to know about merging.

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org


Holly Groves wrote:
I'm currently trying to do a mail merge in WORD from an Excel
spreadsheet. When looking at HELP in Excel, it says to go to WORD
and open the Mail Merge Wizard . . . the instructions from there are
for the wizard. . . . .I run WORD 11 and can't find the wizard!
Tried MS but couldn't find anything there after an hour of searching!
Anyone know where the wizard is????? HELP!






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Default Mail Merge Wizard

There is no essential difference between label and form letter merges other
than that labels add some extra steps. Pick the appropriate document type
from the merge toolbar.
The web page covers merging from Excel - as you would have found had you
read it!

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Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org


Holly Groves wrote:
But not doing labels. What about letters? Is there something there
for that too? And moving from Excel?

Although based on labels which are the most complex merge type -
http://www.gmayor.com/mail_merge_lab...th_word_xp.htm should
reveal all you really need to know about merging.

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org


Holly Groves wrote:
I'm currently trying to do a mail merge in WORD from an Excel
spreadsheet. When looking at HELP in Excel, it says to go to WORD
and open the Mail Merge Wizard . . . the instructions from there are
for the wizard. . . . .I run WORD 11 and can't find the wizard!
Tried MS but couldn't find anything there after an hour of
searching! Anyone know where the wizard is????? HELP!



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