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3. Choose the mail merge type. You can choose to create a merged e-mail (for sending
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5. In the window that appears, you have a number of options. You can raid your
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Note The fourth option for choosing a mail merge data source, Filter, allows you to filter the database
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source you select after clicking Add, so that you can import only specific data. To learn more about this technique, browse the OpenOffice.org Help file (click Help OpenOffice.org Help) and search for Filtering Data in Databases.
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6. You re presented with a form for entering the data for each individual you want to
receive the mail-merged letter, as shown in Figure 23-7. You don t need to fill in each field; you ll be able to choose which data fields to use in the document later on. If you wish to enter your own specific data types in addition to address details, you can click the Customize button to add your own field to the list. Using the up and down arrows in the window that appears, position the highlight where you would like the data to appear. Then click the Add button (alternatively, if there s a data field you re not using, you can highlight it and select Rename to reuse it). Obviously, you should add any new data fields you want before you begin to enter data!
7. Type in the data and press Enter at the end of each line. When you get to the last
field, click the New button at the top right. When you ve finished entering all the data, click OK. Then accept Writer s offer to save the data as a CSV file.
8. You re returned to the data-selection screen, and your just-saved file will be in the
list. Click OK.
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Figure 23-7. Enter the data for each person you want to receive the letter.
9. You re returned to the main Mail Merge Wizard window, where you can select
whether or not to include an address block. All this means is that Writer will automatically add the merge fields to your document in what it considers the correct format (for example, title, followed by first and last name, with each line of the address underneath, and so on). You can insert the merge fields manually later on if you wish; in that case, remove the check from the This document shall contain an address block check box. Click Next.
10. You re invited to create the salutation that will head the letter. This will contain the
merge data as well, so that you can personalize the letter. Again, you can accept the default, tweak it slightly, or choose not to have an automated salutation (so that you can create your own later).
11. Depending on your previous choices, and whether you accepted the automatic
address block and salutation, you are now given the choice to adjust the layout of the document in a rough way or to actually edit it (note that even if you accepted the address block and/or salutation, you ll get a chance to edit the document in the next step anyway).
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12. If you opt to edit the document, you can insert your choice of merge fields by clicking
Insert Fields Other. Select the Database tab in the window that appears, and then select Mail Merge Fields on the left side of the window. Click the small plus symbol next to the data file you created earlier, which should be listed on the right, and you can then select and insert the merge fields. Once you ve finished, click the Return to Mail Merge Wizard button.
13. Click Next to perform the merge. You re then given a chance to edit the actual mail-
merged documents (which, depending on the quantity of data entries you created earlier, could number in the tens, hundreds or even thousands!).
14. You can save or print the merged document containing the data. To save the doc-
ument creating the merge fields, click Save Starting Document.
Adding Headers and Footers
You may want to add headers and footers to long documents to aid navigation. They appear at the top and bottom of each page, respectively, and can include the document title, page number, and other information. Headers and footers are created and edited independently of the main document. As you might expect, inserting both headers and footers takes just a couple of clicks. Select Insert Header Default or Insert Footer Default, depending on which you wish to insert (documents can have both, of course). Writer will then display an editing area where you can type text to appear in the header or footer. For more options, right-click in the area, select Page, and then click the Header or Footer tab. Here, you can control the formatting and nature of the header or footer. Clicking the More button will let you apply borders or background colors. You might wish to insert page numbers that will be updated automatically as the document progresses. OpenOffice.org refers to data that automatically updates as a field. You can insert a wide variety of fields by selecting Insert Fields, as shown in Figure 23-8. For example, along with the page number, you can insert the document title and author name (which is read from the details entered into the Options configuration dialog box, accessed from the Tools menu). In addition, you can enter mail merge fields by clicking Other (see the previous section for a description of how to associate mail merge data with a document).
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