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So i have a letter like this

HI <-User->

This is someone and thank you for reading

And got a list of users

Jhon Rick Madona

How do i print, or save a document with each one of the list, replacing once the <-User-> keyword?

So i can get

HI Jhon

This is someone and thank you for reading

-

HI Rick

This is someone and thank you for reading

-

HI Madona

This is someone and thank you for reading

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This is called a "mail merge" or merge. It is under the "mailings" tab in my version of word. You make a data file, associate that data file with the document you want, then start placing field markers for word to replace with data from the data file.

See: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/word-mail-merge-a-walk-through-the-process-HA001034920.aspx

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Thanks, thats what i was looking for. –  user999629 Feb 3 '12 at 15:15

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