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How can I create a news letter using ms word 2007 as well as mail labels and creating of data source for the merging. Thanks.

Hi Solomon,

I don't create newsletters but I have used Microsoft Word for mailing labels and envelopes.

Since my wife is about to take over the newsletter chores for an organization she belongs to this question came at a good time.

First thing I would do is create a data source for the mailing labels

Second I would create the newsletter or you could do the newsletter first it is your choice

Third I would use the Mail Merge function to create my mailing lables

There are a lot of parts to your question and I am going to direct you to some self help from Microsoft and others to start with.

If you still need some guidance after you look over and work a little with all this stuff write me back.

Good luck.

Dale :-)

Ps. Once you get started making these different documents be sure and Save often then backup you stuff.

Thanks to Johnny Rogers for a great step by step instructional video on how to Create a Newsletter With Microsoft Word 2007

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Or just go to the help Icon in the upper right corner of the screen it is a blue circle with question mark in the middle, then type in tutorial

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I must report that I donít use Word 2003, 2007 or 2010 and have yet to be convinced that I need them. Microsoft Word 97 Microsoft Word 2000 Microsoft Word 2002 Please note: I will not answer questions about Fields, Statements, Formulas, Macros, creating and writing specific macros, VBA (Visual Basic Editor) and the Microsoft Script Editor I am willing to answer questions about: Envelopes, Mailing Labels, Database, Graphics, WordArt, Interactive Forms, Formatting, Faxes, Letters, Lists, Newsletters, Tables, Web Pages, Email, Hyperlinks, Bookmarks, HTML, Table of Contents, Footnotes, Endnotes, AutoText, AutoCorrect, Headers and Footers, Converting Documents, Customizing Toolbars and Toolbar Icons, Margins, Page Settings, Layout, Dictionaries, Languages, Find and Replace, Mail Merge, Printing, Saving Cut, Copy, Paste, Paste Special, Office Clipboard, Keyboard Shortcuts, Font Lists, Customizing, Options, Templates, Bullets, Numbering, Borders, Using Themes, Fields, Symbols, Document Map, Find and Replace, etc.


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