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Address list transfer from MS Word to Printshop

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by hotskates, Apr 1, 2002.

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  1. hotskates

    hotskates Thread Starter

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    How do I transfer a list of addresses I have on MS Word to Printshop for printing address labels. I know there is something called mail merge. Do I use that somehow. I haven't been able to figure it out. Thanks. p.s. Let me know if there is any other information I can tell you to make the question more specific.
     
  2. Anne Troy

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    Can you give an example as to how the data is layed out. For instance:

    name address city state zip

    or:

    name
    address
    city
    state
    zip

    Is the data in a table?


    Also, why take to Printshop? Why not just do it right in Word?

    In case it's *just what the doctor ordered*, go to:

    http://www.thewordexpert.com/word.htm#MailMerge
     
  3. hotskates

    hotskates Thread Starter

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    Dreamboat, The list of addresses are just typed on a doc file,
    Name
    Address
    City, State
    Zip

    I'll check on WORD and see if I can type labels from there with the format I have typed the address on. Should I have typed them on a table? If so, what type of table. I don't use many different things on word except the word processer.
    I haven't looked at the link (thewordexpert.com) you added to your reply but I will tomorrow. Maybe that will help me. Thanks......Hotskates............
     
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