Mail Merge Attachment (Personalized Letter) with a CC to the Supervisor

Good Evening,

I am trying to mail merge a letter, that can be personalized and sent to an employee, but also CC the supervisor at the same time.  It is a simple mail merge but I cannot figure out how to CC the supervisor.  I need to do this on a few hundred individuals, where they receive their personal letter and the supervisor is cc'd.  Please help.  

Also I am utilizing word to complete the letter, the letter will be converted to a PDF using word.  Is it possible to create an electronic signature block to the PDF doc that is being auto emailed without having to go into each doc?

I appreciate any assistance.  Also I cannot download mergetools, which I am sure would be a magnificient help but my company removed the ability to download additional add-ons.
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Karl Timmermans (Outlook MVP)PrincipalCommented:
There's nothing native that would enable using the CC field.

Since you can't download anything, you're going to be restricted to using a VBA macro

See Jim Gordon's post Sept 14, 2013 in the following thread

How do I add CC recipients in Mail Merge?
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_word-mso_mac-msoversion_other/how-do-i-add-cc-recipients-in-mail-merge/f2c777fb-c05c-4b46-987d-26e759158816

which in turn will refer to

http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/MailMerge/MergeWithAttachments.htm
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
For the first part, there is a VBA solution using Excel and Outlook in another question here:
https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/29041337/Outlook-Mail-Merge-only-reading-from-the-first-record.html#a42209947
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