Adding Clients with 2 different names to Contact

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adwillard

Is there a way to enter a client into Outlook Contacts when both husband and
wife have 2 different last names? I've tried to do a mail merge and print
out mailing labels, but the ones with different last names always print out
CRAZY! How do I enter " Drs. James Carlson & Rebecca Wright" and have the
labels print out correctly......or is this not possible in Outlook?
 

Brian Tillman

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adwillard;111727 said:
Is there a way to enter a client into Outlook Contacts when both husband and

wife have 2 different last names? I've tried to do a mail merge and print

out mailing labels, but the ones with different last names always print out

CRAZY! How do I enter " Drs. James Carlson & Rebecca Wright" and have the

labels print out correctly......or is this not possible in Outlook?



Outlook doesn't handle that well.
 

Diane Poremsky

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Outlook 2016 32 bit
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Enter the spouse in the spouse field then pick the fields for the merge,
don't use the address block.




"adwillard" <adwillard> wrote in message
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> Is there a way to enter a client into Outlook Contacts when both husband
> and
> wife have 2 different last names? I've tried to do a mail merge and print
> out mailing labels, but the ones with different last names always print
> out
> CRAZY! How do I enter " Drs. James Carlson & Rebecca Wright" and have the
> labels print out correctly......or is this not possible in Outlook?


 
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