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Mail Merge: Basic Techniques

This class provides an introduction to using mail merge to create labels, form letters and emails, and directories.

Class Description

Mail merge is a function that allows you to create a new set of documents using a template and a structured data source. Examples are the creation of mailing labels, form letters, personalized emails, and directories. This class will cover all of these examples. The idea is to make your work easier.

OBJECTIVES:

At the end of this session participants will:

• Define mail merge.
• Use mail merge to create mailing labels, form letters/emails, and a directory.
• Identify at least one application in their own work.