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How do you merge documents (from a table into a word document for example)?

I think you have to have the data in a database or spreadsheet to be able to make it merge into a word processing document. I'm not sure, though. I've always done this with Works, not Office.

However, Office has excellent step-by-step directions for different processes like this. When you have a Word document open, you should press the F1 key and type in mail merge and see what directions they give you.

Someone else in Jiskha may have actual experience with this, too. I hope so!

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