In part three, you're finally ready to use the data you exported from Outlook to Excel, to create a mail merge with a Word document.
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We show you how to clean up and prepare your data for the big mail merge, everything from trimming unnecessary data fields to setting up record ID numbers.
It's quick and easy, just enter your contact info, add a graphic, and click OK.
Part One: Start with exporting your Outlook contacts to a .CSV file.
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