word2013 The following steps to use the Mail merge feature:
Step one: Create a new Excel table, enter a "name" field in the Excel table, and save Excel as shown in the figure (below is the corresponding name).
Step Two: Create a new word, edit the body content in Word (as shown in the picture), adjust the formatting and fonts, and empty the parts that need to be referenced. For example, in this case, "invitation", "respect" and the contents of the body are fixed, but the specific recipient needs to change, the recipient can be vacated.
Step three: Place the mouse where you want to insert the content, click the "Mail" option in the Word menu bar, click "Select Recipient", and click "Use an existing list" in the Drop-down option, as shown in the picture. In the Choose Data Source dialog window, select the Execl table that we edited from the beginning.
Step four: At this point, we found that the "Edit recipient List" in the menu bar has become a clickable state, click on it, in the Pop-up dialog window to select the need to refer to the field or data column, because we have only one column of data in Excel, so the default is selected this column, direct click OK.
Step five: Then click on the menu bar "Insert Merge Field", this time in the mouse will appear "name", as shown in the picture. This time we can click "Preview" to view the display through the "next record" or "previous record" button to adjust the displayed page.
Step Six: Finally, I click "Finish and Merge"-"Edit a single document"-"all", all the pages into a file. This allows us to see the final format of the letter sent to all recipients in a word.