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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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Access VBA First Record in Table

One thing that may confuse a lot of programmers, is that the first row of an Access table is NOT necessarily the first record. For example consider the empty access table below: Lets say we copy the some data into the table: In the figure above the data being displayed in the

Word, Next Record If Rule (Mail Merge)

In this article I will explain the Next Record If Rule. Previously in the article below I’ve explained about the Next Record Rule: Mail Merge Next Record Rule (Mail Merge) It is assumed readers are familiar with Next Record Rule before reading this article. – What is

Mail Merge Next Record Rule (Mail Merge)

In this article I will explain the Next Record Field of Mail Merge. The Next Record Field can be used to display multiple records in one document. – What is it? Consider the letter below: The letter consists of 2 greeting lines which belong to 2 separate records. By

Word, Delete Next Record Rule (Mail Merge)

The Next Record Field is not visible by default: In order to delete the Next Record Field you will have to make it visible first. Step 1: Press Alt + F9: Step 2: Look for the NEXT Field: Step 3: Delete it:   See also: Word, Mail Merge

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