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I am doing mail merge document using vb.net. I am getting pop up for confirm data source. How to disable this pop up?

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I have done vb.net programming for mail merge document from access to word. But when I start mail merge process then I am getting pop-up as '
"Confirm Data Source". How to disable this pop up?

For word template I have already done setting as ' Tools-option-Genaral-confirm conversion at open'
Then also I am getting this pop-up; Please suggest what should I do?
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See this

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/289830/EN-US/

and this

http://bytes.com/topic/access/answers/483154-automating-word-mail-merge-confirm-data-source-problems

To get around the prompt, add the following parameter to the openDataSource method:
subtype:=wdMergeSubTypeWord2000

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