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Thread: Mail Merge (Access 2000)
2002-10-22, 15:23 #1
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Mail Merge (Access 2000)
Yikes! I went to a wonderful seminar for Access a couple of weeks ago. I learned a lot new things about Access, one of which is, using the mail merg feature.
I set up an introduction letter for our Sales Representatives here at work. It was working great until I went to print my second batch of letters. The first batch keeps coming up.
I have the query set up with check boxes.
Yes - Send An Introduction Letter
Yes - Introduction Sent.
The query condition is Send = Yes AND Sent = No.
Any advise you can give will greatly be appreciated.
2002-10-22, 22:24 #2
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- Evergreen, CO, USA
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Re: Mail Merge (Access 2000)
Questions:<UL><LI>Are you doing the merge in Word with Access as the data source?
<LI>Is the query the data source for your merge?
<LI>Have you run an update query to change the Introduction Sent field to YES for the first batch?[/list]Hopefully one of those questions will help to resolve your problem - if not please post more details and we will try our best to help.Wendell