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  • MS Office Help

    FYI, we're using MS Office 2003.

    Here's the dilemma:

    I need to do a mail merge. Know how to do that, but not this bigger problem, if at all possible.

    We need to send some letters out to schools to principals, giving them lists of teachers that participated in something. The way that it has been done is to do multiple merges, but the ones that have been making these memos are getting tired of doing the merges about 30 times each time.

    So, what they'd like to do is to be able to do a mail merge where, every time the school location changes, it will create a new page.

    Understand what I'm meaning?

    Is this at all possible?
    -Tim

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