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Creating Catalogs

The only real difference between the way Word handles form letters and the way it handles merged "catalogs" lies in the way it uses page breaks. In a form letter, Word inserts a page break after it finishes processing a record from the data source. In a catalog, Word doesn't add page breaks; as a result, one record follows another in the finished document.

→ You can also use Outlook's built-in printing capabilities to produce phone lists, even on Day-Timer sheets; for details, see "Printing Phone Lists from Your Contacts List."


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