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Using Microsoft Word 2010 by Mike Miller, Tim Huddleston

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18. Performing Mail Merges

If you ever need to mail (yes, snail-mail) a letter or brochure to multiple people, Word’s mail merge feature can simplify the process. This chapter introduces mail merge and shows you how to address a mailing to multiple recipients.

In the age of electronic communications and document-sharing, it may be hard to imagine why anyone would bother to do a mass mailing. You know, mail copies of a document to dozens—or hundreds, or thousands—of people? By snail mail, no less? Do people really still do that? Is the voice in your head getting higher and higher as you read all these questions?

In a word, yes—about the snail mailing, I mean. People still send out mass mailings. And you may need to, as well, which is why we ...

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