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When I open my mail merge document it asks about running the "following SQL
command" The document will always need this question answering with a yes.
Can I get the doc to open without prompting me with the question?

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On 21/03/2010 17:41, Andy Roberts wrote:
When I open my mail merge document it asks about running the "following SQL
command" The document will always need this question answering with a yes.
Can I get the doc to open without prompting me with the question?

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Thanks again - perfect solution.

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On 21/03/2010 17:41, Andy Roberts wrote:
When I open my mail merge document it asks about running the "following
SQL
command" The document will always need this question answering with a
yes.
Can I get the doc to open without prompting me with the question?



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