Microsoft Word Mail merge with Word and Excel

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This 12 page handout guides your students through the completion of the mail merge process in Word using an Excel worksheet as the data source. Each step is written out and illustrated with a screen capture. Your student will use an Excel spreadsheet and a Word document to create a mail merge.

The zip file includes the 12 page handout instructions, a letter typed in Word and the member list with information necessary to complete the merge. My high school students use this handout to run through a mail merge on their own after I show them the process as a class.

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This 12 page handout guides your students through the completion of the mail merge process in Word using an Excel worksheet as the data source. Each step is written out and illustrated with a screen capture. Your student will use an Excel spreadsheet and a Word document to create a mail merge.

The zip file includes the 12 page handout instructions, a letter typed in Word and the member list with information necessary to complete the merge. My high school students use this handout to run through a mail merge on their own after I show them the process as a class.

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