2007-07-11, 01:31 #1
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How to auto insert name in letter? (Word 2003)
Hi, can somebody tell me how to...
I have to send letters out to about 60 clients to inform them of a revision in charges. I am using Microsoft Word 2003. The contents of the letter is the same for all 60 clients. To personalise the letter, I would like to add the client name and address on every letter.
What do I have to do to print the same letter with different client names and addresses automatically as the letters are printed?
I am using the XP OS
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2007-07-11, 05:05 #2
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Re: How to auto insert name in letter? (Word 2003)
You should investigate the Mail Merge functionality of Word. Have a look in the Help file or go to Tools > Letters and Mailings and explore some of the options there - <img src=/S/whisper.gif border=0 alt=whisper width=29 height=17> I would start with the Letter WizardAndrew Lockton, Chrysalis Design, Melbourne Australia