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    Merging the content of a personal folder (Outlook 2000)

    Hello:
    I have a folder in the "Personal Folders" and I just want to merge its content in a Word document. Any utility out there that can do it or any advice how to do it?
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    Mihail

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    Re: Merging the content of a personal folder (Outlook 2000)

    Can you provide a little more detail? What kind of folder do you want to merge into Word? For example do you want to do a mail merge using Contact Folder addresses, or do you want to move e-mail messages to word, or what?
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    Re: Merging the content of a personal folder (Outlook 2000)

    My apologies - I should of say that I want to merge all my saved e-mail messages into a Word file.

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    Re: Merging the content of a personal folder (Outlook 2000)

    Try this approach.

    Select all the e-mails in the folder which you want to move to Word (click on the first, shift-click the last, or Control-click them individually). Select File, Save As, Select *.txt as type of file (if they are RTF or HTML), enter the filename <filename>.doc (though it will be saved as a *.txt file), click Save. Open Word, locate and open that file.
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    Re: Merging the content of a personal folder (Outlook 2000)

    Thank you John, That will do it for me.

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