This might be challenging. I have tblAllLocated, which contains information about our members. For several years I've used it as the data source for a Microsoft Word mail merge document that I print out every spring to use in fundraising. The mail merge document is quite intricate, with lots of IFs in various fields, carefully-adjusted field sizes, etc. After four years of polishing and bug-killing, it works very well with our data.
This year I have a new table, tblDutyStations, which contains from one to ten former duty stations for each member for whom we have that information. In contains records for about 500 of our 1,300 members. The two tables are related through the Handle field; the Handle is similar to a customer number. tblDutyStations has just two fields: Handle and DutyStation. Multiple duty stations are handled by putting them into multiple records.
I want to add duty stations to our annual printout this year, preferably in a 2 column X 5 row table at the bottom. This will require putting data from two tables into one mail merge document, possibly with some sort of intermediate step to combine the data into an Access query or Excel worksheet (but I'm just guessing about the feasibility of that).
I'd like to keep things as a Word mail merge document if possible, but I COULD convert everything to an Access report. If I go to a report, I give up all the accumulated experience and bug-free nature of the well-proven mail merge document.