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MS Excel - Word Mail Merge All columns

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I have a spreadsheet setup for our church for weekly giving records.  I'd like to use mail merge to create the statements in Word but want to save myself any time if possible.

The spreadsheet is setup in columns:

Name - Address - ... - Zip - Week 1 - Week 2 - Week 3 - ... - Week 52 - Year Total

I've got i figured out how to pull in the rows correctly for each giver, but I need to add a detail for values for each week.  Not everyone has a value for each week.

Is there a simpler way to insert each column for the weeks other than adding all 52 to the document with display if..then...else?
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