Category Archives: Mail Merge

Word Mail Merge Match Fields

I’ve previously explained about the Address Block and Greeting Line features of Mail Merge in the articles below: Word Mailings Address Block (Mail Merge) Word Mailings Greeting Line (Mail Merge) Basically what they do is, they generate a block of text containing the recipient’s address and

Word IF Then Else Rule (Mail Merge) Insert Fields

Previously in the article Word IF Then Else Rule (Mail Merge) I’ve explained how you can use the If Then Rule in Mail Merge. In that article the If Then Else Field would insert a text string based on the result of the comparison. In this article I will

Word Ask Rule (Mail Merge)

In this article I will explain the Ask Rule used in Mail Merge. Note: It is assumed that readers are familiar with Mail Merge before reading this article. – What is it? In Mail Merge we basically have a list of recipients, with specific data for each

Word Mailings Greeting Line (Mail Merge)

In this article I will explain the Greeting Line in word. – What is it? Lets say you want to send the same letter to a 100 different recipients. Consider the following letter: Everything in this letter is the same for all recipients except for the greeting line

Word Skip Record If Rule (Mail Merge)

In this article I will explain the Skip Record If Rule used in Mail Merge. – What is it? The Skip Record If Rule compares the value of a field with a certain value. If the comparison returns true, the current record will not be merged. Example: Consider

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Word, Remove Fill in Rules

In order to remove the Fill in Rules in a document: Step 1: Press Alt + F9. Step 2: Look for FILLIN fields and remove them: See also: Word Ask Rule (Mail Merge) Microsoft Office Support, Field Codes: Ask Field If you need assistance with your code, or

Word, Delete Merge Sequence # Rule (Mail Merge)

The Merge Sequence # Field is not visible by default: In order to delete the Merge Sequence # Field you will have to make it visible first. Step 1: Press Alt + F9: Step 2: Look for the MERGESEQ Field: Step 3: Delete it:   See also:

Word Merge Sequence # Rule ( Mail Merge)

In this article I will explain the Merge Sequence # Rule which is used in Mail Merge. – Merge Record # Vs Sequence # Previously in the article Word Merge Record # Rule ( Mail Merge) I’ve explained about the Merge Record # Rule. The Merge Record #

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Word, Remove Ask Field

In order to remove the Ask Fields in a document: Step 1: Press Alt + F9. Step 2: Look for ASK and REF fields and remove them: See also: Word Ask Rule (Mail Merge) Microsoft Office Support, Field Codes: Ask Field If you need assistance with your code, or

Word, Delete Skip Record If Rule (Mail Merge)

The Skip Record If Field is not visible by default: In order to delete the Skip Record If Field you will have to make it visible first. Step 1: Press Alt + F9: Step 2: Look for the SKIPIF Field: Step 3: Delete it: See

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