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Part IV: Creating Envelopes and Mailings > Mastering Envelopes, Mail Merge, and...

Chapter 17. Mastering Envelopes, Mail Merge, and Form Letters

  • Insert an individual's name and address in a letter

    Insert an address from the Personal Address Book, Schedule+, or Outlook.

  • Print envelopes and include their bar code or FIM code

    Print envelopes by themselves, attached to a document, or as part of a mass mailing.

  • Use the Mail Merge Helper to create a main document and a data source and to control the data merging of documents

    The Mail Merge Helper manages the entire mail-merge process in three easy steps.

  • Perform mail merge with documents such as letterheads, envelopes, and mailing labels

    Specify different top margins for the first page of a form letter to allow for a letterhead page, merge envelopes or envelopes and documents at the same time, and create custom mailing labels.

  • Insert field codes that prompt you to enter a personal note in each mail-merge document

    FILLIN is a special Word field that prompts the user to enter a personalized message to the recipient during the merge operation.

Successful businesses know that staying in touch with their clients and customers is crucial to the success of the business. Staying in touch with many people can be difficult, however, unless you learn how to create personalized form letters and envelopes with Word 97.


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