Duration: 2h 13m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 25fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz stereo
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English
Master This Tricky but Powerful Feature
One of the most powerful features of Word 2010 is the mail merge, which is simple in principle, but often tricky in execution. In this workshop Tim Grey takes you step by step through the process of creating a mail merge. You’ll learn how to prepare your source data, create a document, and merge the two to create individualized letters, envelopes, labels, and more. Along the way you’ll gain a strong understanding of the options available to you when creating a mail merge in Word and gain confidence in your ability to create even complex mail merges with minimal effort.
In this course you’ll learn how to make the most of the Word 2010’s mail merge feature.
The contents of this course include:
Getting Started with Mail Merge
In this chapter you’ll learn the basics of how a mail merge works. You’ll also see how, in some cases, you can save time by just creating an individual envelope or label rather than a mail merge.
Preparing Data for Mail Merge
A mail merge requires a data source that defines the intended recipients for the mailing. You’ll learn how to work with a variety of data sources in this chapter.
Creating Mail Merge Documents
This chapter will focus on ways of creating the document that will be used for your mail merge. You’ll learn how to use a document template; add an address block, greeting line, and merge fields; preview your mail merge; and more.
Merging Form and Data
This chapter will guide you through the all-important process of merging your mail merge document with the source data to create the final result.
Using Conditional Information
This chapter will address some relatively complicated mail merge scenarios revolving around conditional information in your documents.
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