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Act 2010 mail merge word 2007

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recently updated to office 2007 ultimate. (office 2013 does not work with Act 2010), the mail merge function doesn't seem to be able to open word and use a previously approved template.
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What build of Act!?
There were some fixes for Word in later hotfixes after SP1
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