Word

  • Mail Merge: Goes through the general process of using Mail Merge in word.
    • Recipient List: Explains how to create a recipient list for Mail Merge.
      • Match Fields: Explains how to match the different fields in the recipients list with that of the Address block and greeting lines.
    • Address Block: Explains how to insert the recipient address in Mail Merge.
    • Greeting Line: Explains how to create a greeting line using Mail Merge.
    • Insert Merge Field: Explains how to insert a single field into the Mail Merge document.
    • Rules:
      • Ask Rule: Explains the Ask Rule. The ask rule is used to prompt input from the user when merging is taking place.
      • Fill In Rule: Explains the Fill In Rule. The fill in rule is used to prompt input from the user when merging is taking place.
        • Remove Fill In Rule: Explains how to remove the fill in Rule from the document.
      • If Then Else Rule: Explains the If Then Else Rule. The if then else rules makes a comparison with one of the fields of the current record. Based on the result of the comparison different values may be displayed.
      • Merge Record #: Explains the Merge Record # Rule. This rule is used to display the current record number.
      • Merge Sequence #: Explains the Merge Sequence #, which is used to display the current record number based on the documents chosen to be merged.
      • Next Record Rule: Explains the Next Record Rule. This rule causes all proceeding fields to display data from the next recipient.
      • Next Record If Rule: Explains the Next Record If Rule. This rule makes a comparison. If the comparison returns true, it causes all proceeding fields to display data from the next recipient.
      • Skip Record If Rule: Explains the Skip Record If Rule. This rule makes a comparison. If the comparison returns true, it causes the current record not to be merged.

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