Word: Mail Merge

In this video, you’ll learn the basics of working with Mail Merge in Word 2019, Word 2016, and Office 365. Visit https://edu.gcfglobal.org/en/word/mail-merge/1/ for our text-based lesson.

This video includes information on:
• Using Mail Merge to produce multiple letters, labels, envelopes, name tags, and more
• Working with Word and Excel files to create a Mail Merge

We hope you enjoy!

Comments

Mohammad Alhashash says:

Amazing explanation, thank you so much!

Shivdhan singh Goud says:

Thnx helped a lot!

Sheldon Wooding says:

Thanks so much, very helpful indeed! 🙂

tenodogblu says:

Brilliant, many thx!!

Charles Dave Dagooc says:

Thank you for this review,i’ll be reporting this in our ict subject, wish me luck 😀

Vaspar ___ says:

I use to be able to send a document as a pdf attachment with word. Just reinstalled windows 10 and now it says no mail associated with word. I do have an outlook set up and a pop3 which is the one that it use to use. Any help would be great.

Julia Lee says:

How do you Replace the bracketed Address Block with the Address block field, using the default settings & replace the bracketed Journal Name with data from the Journal Name field.

N.shiburi Shiburi says:

Thank you so much that was very helpful .

Ahmet Gunes says:

Fantastically simple and useful

McRoyal Enoch Mensah says:

Thanks…You saved me from over 1000 personalised letters to our clients.
Such task is now done in seconds instead of days

DeTrini Zeus says:

you just save me there thanks man.

Zedd1500 says:

A fantastic video tutorial! Thank you so much! Mail Merge is very useful. I love Microsoft Office!

Ursula Scott says:

Good review

Liakot Hossain says:

very good.i think it will be more perfect if the tutorial is repeated.

Christine Jary says:

I looked at dozens of Office tutorials and your teaching style is by far the easiest. Zooming helps so much. Your pace and simple language are also brilliant. Fanned!

Oarabile Rabi says:

Thanks a lot

Shane Friedenberg says:

The mail merge helps company send letters to keep everything organized so it is ready to send out to to the people it needs to go to.

caleb says:

easy claps , thank you dude

Diane Joseph says:

I will be using Mail Merge at tomorrow at work

Abbas Ali says:

Thank you so much.

Lisa G says:

The issue I keep coming across is when the mail merge skips some of the rows of data.

Lee Vang says:

I was holding off a work mail merge for weeks because I have never done it before. I just reviewed this tutorial and getting the main core of the mail merge. I was able to complete it!!! Yay!! Thanks for your video!!!

lamnoBK says:

how to send the emails??

Supun Niroshan says:

super explanation

MsMagnetic says:

Well done. I can grasp this and use it immediately.

Drake IV says:

Thanks dude. Keep up

Kashimoto Kudo says:

Now this is very useful.
Btw this is a nice tutorial to learn.

Jenny Bendtsen says:

Does anyone know if it’s possible to use mail merge AND the ‘direct replies to’ feature? I only want replies for the specific email I am sending out via mail merge to have the ‘direct replies to’ on. I do not wish have all of my regular mail sent to another email address.

Modhumita mondal says:

Very nice

Gralldeath says:

mail merge can help companies, so they could know what they are sending to, and keep it it organized.

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