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Word 2013 - Outlook 2013 Mail Merge - Losing Hyperlinks

Posted on 2014-03-22
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I created the attached word document in word 2013

When I do a mail merge the hyper links disappear

Can anyone help?

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HI,

It is a known problem of Word, Microsoft gives a workaround of  creating the hyperlinks from the fields of your source document
Example

{ HYPERLINK { MERGEFIELD "Address1" } \* MERGEFORMAT }

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Reference
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/912679/en-us

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