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Default mail merge omits address box ; greeting becomes Dear Sir or Madam

I have imported information form an excel file to create a mail merge.
All goes well until I get to "preview your documents" at which stage the
address block disappears and the greeting line becomes "Dear Sir or Madam"
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Default mail merge omits address box ; greeting becomes Dear Sir or Madam

The Address Block causes more problems than it solves. Just insert the
individual merge fields in the configuration that YOU want them.

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I have imported information form an excel file to create a mail merge.
All goes well until I get to "preview your documents" at which stage the
address block disappears and the greeting line becomes "Dear Sir or Madam"


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