Setting merge rules


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Setting merge rules

Whenever you perform a Mail Merge in Word 2007, you have the ability to set up rules. For example, if you're merging a list of names and addresses to an envelope file, you may want the Address block to appear differently, depending on the country it's going to. Or if you want to be able to skip records, you can do that too by setting up a rule. Let's use this file called TTEnvelope. You'll find it in your Exercise Files, already linked to our Recipient List. So, when you go to open it, you will be prompted to link that file by clicking the Yes button.

Once you've got it open, we'll go up to the Mailings tab on the Ribbon and explore the different rules by clicking the Rules button, which is a dropdown. There are many different types of rules that can be added. For example, if you want to be prompting people to input information, you could do that. It doesn't really apply to an envelope. You could show the Merge Record# somewhere on the envelope if you wanted to...

Setting merge rules
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Setting merge rules provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007: Creating Envelopes and Labels

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