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Is it possible to have an IF field in Word with two possible conditions for MERGEFIELD?

Posted on 2011-09-21
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I'm trying to do the following:

1.) IF MERGEFIELD TITLE = "Mr and Mrs." THEN Insert MERGEFIELD TITLE
2.) IF MERGEFIELD TITLE = "Mr." OR "Mrs." THEN Insert MERGEFIELD TITLE plus a space followed by MERGEFIELD FIRST_NAME

Is this possible, and if so what is the expression I would use for this?
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You can repeat the test in separate IF fields for each acceptable value
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{ IF {MERGEFIELD TITLE} = "Mr and Mrs." "{MERGEFIELD TITLE}" }{ IF {MERGEFIELD TITLE} = "Mr" "{MERGEFIELD TITLE}" } { IF {MERGEFIELD TITLE} = "Mrs." "{MERGEFIELD TITLE}" }  
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