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Subject:Re: Word 7 etymology From:Jane Easley <JEasley -at- EAST -dot- DIALOG -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 14 Nov 1996 20:24:00 E
Yes, I've tried that. No luck. There seems to be some invisible field
that tags the document and stays with the doc contents no matter what you
Thanks for trying.
Have you tried selecting all, opening a new document and pasting the
clipboard to the new doc?
Ed sg94cshj -at- dunx1 -dot- ocs -dot- drexel -dot- edu
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From: Jane Easley <JEasley -at- EAST -dot- DIALOG -dot- COM>
Subject: Word 7.0 - mail merge bug???
I have recently moved from Word 6 to Word 7. I have come across a
possible bug using Mail Merge to create labels. I'm wondering if anyone
has a workaround.
This is what happened... I accidentally designated a document as the main
document when I really wanted to use this particular document as the data
source. It seems that once a doc is designated as a main document, there
is no way to use that document as a data source. I have tried renaming
it, saving the file as another name, and other similar gymnastics. I'm
pretty sure this wasn't a problem in Word 6.
Can anyone help?
jeasley -at- apollo -dot- east -dot- dialog -dot- com