Office Series 2018 - Mail Merge in MS Word
Do you need to send a standard document or email to multiple people but you’d like it to be personalised?
Stream this recording multiple times at your convenience.
- $180.00 incl. GST
- PD hours: 1
Do you need to send an invitation to an event for key clients, an end-of-year email, or certificates? Your message may have the same kind of information yet some of the content is unique to each recipient.
Using Mail Merge in Microsoft Word is a quick, easy and effective way to do this. Mail merge lets you easily turn one document into several personalised versions of it. You can even print the envelopes or mailing labels if you are sending greeting cards.
All files and documents used in the webinar will be made available to attendees.
Attendees will learn how to:
• prepare data for Mail Merge
• get started using the Mail Merge ribbon tab
• create Mail Merge documents
• merge Form and Data
Business professionals, Business owners, Executive Assistants, Administration support staff and anyone who requires to send personalised communications.
Attendees should have some experience with Microsoft Word.
This webinar will be presented using Microsoft Word 2016, however the content will also be relevant to users of Word 2013.
Michael Blignaut is a Senior IT Trainer for Auldhouse. He is an enthusiastic and certified Microsoft IT Trainer. He is able to offer a wide range of Microsoft end-user, soft skills, business skills and project management training. He has extensive experience delivering training in a variety of formats including classroom, video conference/webinar and in one-to-one sessions.
Your webinar purchase includes:
• the PowerPoint slide deck as a PDF workbook
• any supporting documentation required
• access to stream the Webinar Recording multiple times
• an opportunity to participate in Q&A.
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