In this Word 2007 – Mail Merge Workshop training course by Robert Norgon, you’ll learn how to use Word and Excel in combination to create letters that are individualized for each recipient.
In this Word 2007 – Mail Merge Workshop training course, you’ll learn how you can take control of the powerful mail merge capabilities of Microsoft® Word 2007 for PC with these “step-by-step” instructional movies.
A. Project Description
- Viewing the spreadsheet
- Viewing the letter
B. Creating the Data Source
- Setting up the header row
- Entering the data one record at a time
- Importing multiple records from a text file
- Finding a record
- Editing a record
- Adding additional fields to the spreadsheet
C. Preparing the Letter
- Entering the information that stays the same
- Using the mail merge task pane
- Choosing the document type
- Choosing the mail merge recipients
- Adding a mail merge address block
- Adding mail merge fields
- Previewing the merge
- Editing a mail merge letter
- Sorting records before merging
- Sending the merge to a destination
- Personalizing a merged document
- Sending a merge to e-mail
D. Creating Mail Labels
- Creating labels
- Identifying the label data source
- Finishing the label set up
- Comparing the mail merge wizard to the ribbon
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