Mail Merge Contacts

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happy_girl3



Hi,

It is that time of the year again - have to send over 1,300 christmas cards.

Is there anyway that I can export the Name and address fields from outlook 2010 to word 2010.

Thanks
 
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Russ Valentine

Is there any reason you cannot do a mail merge? That's how this is done.Russ Valentine
 
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