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Old 01-03-2014, 12:03 PM
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merging spreadsheet info to letter documents

I need some help. I use open office as my spreadsheet/word processor. It is very similar to word/excel.

I am doing renewal letters and wondering if I can take the names, prices, etc from my spreadsheet and insert them into the renewal letter?

Right now I am doing it by hand and changing the info is taking forever. any help?
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Old 01-03-2014, 12:20 PM
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i did mine yesterday, i used mail merge for the first time.. much easier. not sure how to explain that one though... but its worth a google. I had trouble with labels and mail merge, had to manually type in all my addresses for printing on labels.. mabee i'll figure that out next time. It worked great for my letters though.. pretty quick.


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I need some help. I use open office as my spreadsheet/word processor. It is very similar to word/excel.

I am doing renewal letters and wondering if I can take the names, prices, etc from my spreadsheet and insert them into the renewal letter?

Right now I am doing it by hand and changing the info is taking forever. any help?

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Old 01-03-2014, 08:19 PM
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I got the mail merge working. Now wish I had a folding machine!!
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