We are using media without macros database in that chapter.
On Sun, Apr 26, 2020 at 11:17 AM Pulkit Krishna <firstname.lastname@example.org>
First of all, that section was rewritten by Jean( I do not want to say
that she has removed any example, there was no example in the draft).
Secondly, That section do not give any example. It just describes the steps
of mail merge.But I think it would be appropriate to include an example. I
think there was a bug in the salutation part also. I don't remember
clearly. And as you say that there are not many details, then the mail
merge has a chapter to itself in the writer guide. The base Guide only
notes important details of the steps.
On Sun, Apr 26, 2020 at 10:35 AM Pulkit Krishna <email@example.com>
Ok, I'll check it out.
On Sun, Apr 26, 2020 at 1:43 AM Dan Lewis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Just above the Create a Salutation page of the wizard is this paragraph.
"In this example, three different salutations are to be produced: all
records with 'f' will start with *Dear Ms*, all those with 'm' will
start with *Dear Mr*. If no gender is given, the salutation will start
with *Hello*. You can click the *New...* buttons to create other
salutations, for example *Dear <FirstName>*."
This is where I have problems once again. I was able to get the Wizard
to work by using the query, Readeraddresses. Problem here because no table
nor query was mentioned as the data source from the beginning. Now, there
is suppose to be a table or query whose first field contains one of three
values: f, m, or not value at all. What is its name? It is mentioned in
another part of the Base Guide, but I do not remember what chapter it is in.
It is not clear to me as to what nor how this is suppose to work. There
is not enough *detail* for someone who wants to learn how to do this.
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