Completing the merge


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Completing the merge

We have our primary merge letter open in front of us, we've done here error checking using the Preview Results tools, and now we're ready to finish our merge combining our letter with the records from the data source to create a series of personalized letters. There are two options for merging letters. You can either edit individual documents, or you can print the documents. You can think of these two choices that you find in the Finish & Merge group really as merge these to a file that I can look at then print, or merge these directly to the printer and don't stop even if I need you to.

If you need to keep a copy of the merged file, for example, to be able to provide proof that 80 individual letters were sent, then choose the first choice, Edit Individual Documents, because you will end up with one document that contains all of those letters. So, if we choose Edit Individual Documents, we can choose the number of documents. We could actually merge just one record if we ...

Completing the merge
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Completing the merge provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2007: Mail Merge in Depth

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