I am doing a mail merge, although not a letter or an email. I have been doing the merger from
another .doc file. The template uses multiple fonts with different spacing for each line. For the
jukebox labels, the type has to fit into boxes to show the phonograph record's artist, and the name
of the songs on each side of the record...
www.reesed.com - My home page
www.reesed.com/WAHS68 - Homepage of William Allen High Class of 1968
www.summerharmony.com - The Premier Men's Chorus of the Lehigh Valley
www.americaonwheels.org - Allentown's great new transportation museum
This Day in Auto History
The LaSalle is formally introduced as a companion marque to Cadillac. The Cadillac had been named
for the explorer responsible for mapping the Great Lakes region of North America for the French
crown Antoine de la Mothe, Le Sieur de Cadillac, who was born on this day in 1658 in Gascogny,
France. He is credited as the founder of Detroit, Michigan, which today is affectionately known as
the Motor City.
On Mar 5, 2012, at 11:29 AM, Mark Stanton wrote:
You're presumably talking about mailmerging?
What (type of file) are you merging into your doc file?
Tentatively, you should just be able to change the fields in your doc
file so that LO recognises them as mailmerge fields (I don't think
it'll automatically recognise them).
This does depend on the details of how you're doing what you're doing
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