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RE: Mail Merge

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Sheri, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. Sheri

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    Nathan--
    I'm having the same trouble. Did you get this figured out? I used Access a
    couple of years ago quite a bit, but not lately. I copied my table and
    queries from an old disk, and changed a query. The records show up in the
    query, but when I mail merge them into Word, no records appear.
    Thanks.
    Sheri

    "Nathan - Bradford County" wrote:

    > When using Word mail merge and I select my access data base as the source for
    > data to merge, and then select a query to use for the merge it comes up
    > blank. All my querys show up but all of them return blank data to merge. Is
    > there a setting I am missing somewhere? Thank you.
     
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  3. Nathan - Bradford County

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    Have not figured it out yet.

    "Sheri" wrote:

    > Nathan--
    > I'm having the same trouble. Did you get this figured out? I used Access a
    > couple of years ago quite a bit, but not lately. I copied my table and
    > queries from an old disk, and changed a query. The records show up in the
    > query, but when I mail merge them into Word, no records appear.
    > Thanks.
    > Sheri
    >
    > "Nathan - Bradford County" wrote:
    >
    > > When using Word mail merge and I select my access data base as the source for
    > > data to merge, and then select a query to use for the merge it comes up
    > > blank. All my querys show up but all of them return blank data to merge. Is
    > > there a setting I am missing somewhere? Thank you.
     
  4. Sheri

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    I found another user's question and went to a link it suggested, and did what
    it said. I could finally get my records to show. It was from Microsoft's
    Article ID 320476, Revision 1.2, Last review 1/7/06 (previously published
    under Q320476). I don't use this community to know if that will help you or
    not. If not, let me know and I'll re-type the steps it gave me. (Had to do
    with confirming data source via DDE ~~ don't know what that means.) Sheri

    "Nathan - Bradford County" wrote:

    > Have not figured it out yet.
    >
    > "Sheri" wrote:
    >
    > > Nathan--
    > > I'm having the same trouble. Did you get this figured out? I used Access a
    > > couple of years ago quite a bit, but not lately. I copied my table and
    > > queries from an old disk, and changed a query. The records show up in the
    > > query, but when I mail merge them into Word, no records appear.
    > > Thanks.
    > > Sheri
    > >
    > > "Nathan - Bradford County" wrote:
    > >
    > > > When using Word mail merge and I select my access data base as the source for
    > > > data to merge, and then select a query to use for the merge it comes up
    > > > blank. All my querys show up but all of them return blank data to merge. Is
    > > > there a setting I am missing somewhere? Thank you.
     
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