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Using multiple format field switches for 1 merge field in Word 2013

Posted on 2013-12-12
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I have the following currently in my merge document:

{MERGEFIELD PRIFIRST \*MERGEFORMAT}

I would like to be able to add /*UPPER to this as well so that the merged text appears as all uppercase.

Is it possible to use 2 of these commands for one merge field?
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Yes indeed:

{ MERGEFIELD PRIFIRST \*MERGEFORMAT \*UPPER }


should work
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