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ms word mail merge - change access.accdb data table location

Posted on 2014-02-05
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I am trying to change the location of the access.accdb that is the source for my word mail merge.  I can see the mail merge recipents screen with  the data source box in the lower left corner.  there is the edit and refresh button but it is not allow me to change the location.
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HI,

I suppose you are in Edit recipient list to change the source you have to got to Select a different List in the Wizard

or through Mailings / Start Mail Merge / Select Recipients / Use Existing List

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