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Default how do you set up a header row in Word 2003

I use a data source from our server. When i bring the data into my mail merge
it uses the first row of data as the column names or header row. In word 2000
you could set up a separate file as the header row. Can you do this in word
2003?
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From the Tools menu, select Customize and on the Commands tab, select the
All Commands category and the locate the MailMergeHelper command and left
click and drag it onto a toolbar. That will give you access to the old
interface that has the option of creating or opening a header file.

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I use a data source from our server. When i bring the data into my mail
merge
it uses the first row of data as the column names or header row. In word
2000
you could set up a separate file as the header row. Can you do this in
word
2003?



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