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EXCEL VBA MACROS EXERCISES
Exercise: Mail merge from Excel to Word
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Open Word, and make sure that you can see any bookmarks that you create.
If you're not sure how to do this, ask your friendly trainer!
Create a new document to contain a prize-winning letter (you can create bookmarks from the Insert tab of the ribbon in Word):
The I-beam pointers are bookmarks that you need to create
Save this file as Mailing letter, and close it down.
Open the workbook in the above folder called People, and write a macro within it which asks you for a person's name:
You could, for example, type Madonna in here
Extend your macro so that it:
- Creates a new Word application
- Opens your letter document in Word
- Goes to the first bookmark and types in the person name
- Goes to the second bookmark and types in the prize name
Save your revised workbook as Annoying Letters, then close it down.