AuthorGini von Courter
- Name the tab where the Mail Merge button resides on the ribbon.
- Recall the button in the New aAdress List dialog box that is used to change the columns that you use when creating a new entry.
- Explain how to select only a few rows from an Excel sheet as a data source.
- List the things that the Preview Results section on the Mailings tab lets you look at.
- Name the finishing option you should use to save the results of the merge in one file.
- Recognize the options on the Labels tab of the Envelopes and Labels dialog box.
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Voiceover] Welcome to Mail Merge in Depth for Word 2016. I'm Gini Courter. In this course, I'll show you how to use the word Mail Merge feature to quickly and easily create personalized letters, envelopes, labels, and email messages. I'll demonstrate how you can connect Word to data that you already have stored in Outlook, Access, or Excel, and use fields from these data sources and others in your letters or email messages.
You'll see how to use rules fields in your primary merge file, so that you can use one file to do the heavy lifting of many. And I'll show you how to troubleshoot some of the common issues that arise with Mail Merge, so that you can tweak a file or a few settings and complete your merge project. Whether you're new to Mail Merge, or have already created many merged documents, this course will take you on an even deeper dive into the power of Microsoft Word 2016.
Thank you for joining me. Let's get started.
1. Creating Personalized Letters
2. Using Email Merge
3. Creating Envelopes, Labels, and Directories
4. Using Rules and Other Advanced Features
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