Mail Merge Manager for Office 2011
Microsoft's Mail Merge Manager tool will save large amounts of time if you find yourself needing to send out form letters or emails, or if you need to create mailing labels or envelopes to send to multiple recipients. The following training will go through how to add the names, addresses, or any variable information, to the Microsoft Word Document; as well as how to format the document so that your letters, e-mails, or labels look professional and individualized but are completed in an efficient manner.
1. Main document: A Word document that contains the body of the form letter, or the formatting for mailing labels or envelops. This information appears on each form letter, label, or envelope.
2. Data source: The information that Word merges into the main document. The data source can be a Word document, Excel sheet, Office Address Book, a table made in Word, or FileMaker Pro database.
3. Merged document: The document that contains the combined information from the main document and the data source.
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