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Word Merge

Word Merge

Word Merge

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I have a user who is performing a Word Mail Merge. Is there any way that, after the merge is performed, it merges
to separate documents instead of one single document.
Example, if the data source contains 20 names, we want the
final merged product to be 20 separate documents and not one document consisting of 20 pages.

Thanks in advance!

RE: Word Merge

Hi,

I have done this with a fax program and printing. First you merge to a single document. Make sure the original document only has one section. Then from the new document create a macro to print(create) a new document one section at a time.

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