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Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Mailing labels

Try this tutorial.

On 11/11/2019 01:58, Andrew Miller wrote:
> I am trying to print labels for sending Christmas
> cards to friends and relatives. I am using Libreoffice on
> Windows 10.I have loaded the data from a MS Works 8.5 file (.wdb) into Calc
> and saved it in .ods format. (I had to add an extra line 1 to show
> the fieldnames in the Works file, otherwise the first record was
> used for the fieldnames in Calc). I then followed the instructions
> in chapter 14 Mail Merge, to create a datasource using the .ods
> file as a spreadsheet. At the last stage, I had to untick "Embed
> this address book definition into the current document" before I
> could enter the Location.I ignored the section "Creating a form letter" and went straight
> to "Printing mailing labels".The problem is that the data fields do not carry across into the
> Labels created in Writer, all 14 labels showing only the
> fieldnames, not the actual data (131 records) from the .ods or
> .odb files.What do you suggest I do to print these labels, please?Andrew Miller.

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[libreoffice-documentation] Mailing labelsAndrew Miller <andrew-miller@ntlworld.com>
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