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John Concannon John Concannon is offline
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I have Windows Mail 6.0 and Office Word 2007 and would like to send a
personalized e mail to a list of addesses stored on an Excel 2007
spreadsheet.

Is this possible given the software that I am using ?

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I think that it should be possible using Mailmerge and executing the merge
to email. Have you tried it?

If you have Outlook as part of your Office software package, you may be
better off using it.

However, see http://tips.pjmsn.me.uk/t0002.htm for some tips on getting the
email software to work with Word if necessary.

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Is this possible given the software that I am using ?


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