Thank you for your response. Each letter to be generated relies on one
single spreadsheet for all its data.
On 05/10/2015 07:28 AM, Mark Stanton wrote:
This sounds like an interesting problem.
So, just doing it manually, how do *you* know how many spreadsheets are
required for any particular result?
One small step for mankind...
In article <554E54BA.firstname.lastname@example.org>, A wrote:
I have multiple spreadsheet files that each represent one unique item.
As an analogy, think of the spreadsheet as a basket that contains a
variety of eggs (both calculated and hand-entered data). I have multiple
baskets each with multiple eggs. Each basket (spreadsheet) is
associated with one person. Each person can have multiple baskets
(although that's probably not relevant).
I also have a letter, with which I want to do a mail merge - against
each spreadsheet. i.e. each letter needs to draw multiple pieces of
data (eggs) from each spreadsheet, one letter per spreadsheet.
Normally to do a mail merge you have one data source. The problem of
course is that I don't have one data source, I have an unknown number -
each spreadsheet is a data source. So I'm at a loss as to how to mail
merge against multiple data sources in an automated fashion.
Thank you in advance.
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