Microsoft Access Database: Query Data Source Mail Merge To Microsoft Word

Microsoft Access Database: Query Data Source Mail Merge To Microsoft Word

Using Microsoft Office as collaboration between Microsoft Access queries as a data source mail merge into Microsoft Word bypasses the more conventional approach of using either a separate Excel spreadsheet or Word table.

Take a look at how to connect an Access query to a Word document (mail merge)…

Microsoft Access Database: Query Data Source Mail Merge To Microsoft Word

There are several approaches when creating the data source mail merge and depending on the complexity of the query you may want to apply criteria direct from an Access query instead of filtering via the connection into Microsoft Word’s document data source.

data source mail mergeYou can combine filtering and sorting of the data source mail merge from both Microsoft Access & Word.

The query is the heart of the system and is dynamic so any new mail merges will always be up to date. Take a look at my eBooks on learning and building Access queries.

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One Response to Microsoft Access Database: Query Data Source Mail Merge To Microsoft Word

  1. Access Guru says:

    This is the nice article Microsoft Word mail merge from Microsoft Access Database. Here is another example of merge email and send email using outlook.
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    Access Guru

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