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Mailmerge Data Source Prompt

Posted on 2007-11-16
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                We are working with microsoft word 2003 and are creating mail merge templates and headers and data files, we have created several templates and have setup the header document and the data file with the proper headers and are able to merge with no problems, the question we have is this: is there a way to turn off the prompt for data source when loading a template and just have the letter use the data source that the template is alreadys pointing to ?

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That sounds like the new security message. This Microsoft article tells you how to patch the registry.


http://support.microsoft.com/kb/825765
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