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Prompt fields in a Query in Access 2003

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Are prompt fields in a query allowed in Access 2003, if so how can one create a word document with a merge function using Access 2003 database in a Windows XP environment.
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If you mean 'Parameter Queries' then YES they are, see http://www.ehow.com/how_2020612_create-parameter-access.html

To use on in a mailmerge, create a mailmerge document and when you get to the datasource option select an access database and specify relevant the access query,. See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/214183
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