Mailing Address Pasted From Internet To Excel And Then Mail Merge With Word?
Jul 26, 2013
I'm trying to use Word mail merge with Excel to create mail labels and letters for each person on the list. For example,
7391 Wilson Street
Van Nuys, CA 91405
I want to create a mailing label for this person. If possible, I'd like to make the top line of the address "Dr. Michael Johnson," however the format that I'm copying from is last name, first name. And I also want to want to create a letter that starts with "Dear Dr. Last name," such as "Dear Dr. Johnson." This is the website that I want to copy the addresses from:
Doctors in Los Angeles, CA | Primary Care Physicians and Specialists
I have done my homework, but I don't know how to properly paste the addresses into Excel and then use Word to create the labels and letter. I have tried many ways, but I have been unsuccessful.
I have an Excel 2003 list with four columns as shown below:
Zipcode CRRT Count Bundles
85710 C004 693 14
85710 C005 867 18
85710 C006 1021 21
I want to "expand" this list to use in a Mail Merge program to produce tags for our direct mailing. Each bundle contains 50 letters, so in the first line on the above spreadsheet, there will be 13 bundles of 50 and 1 of 43. Currently, I can cut and paste to create the following table, but there has to be an easier way...
Zipcode CRRT Count bcount Bundle ibundle
85710 C004 693 50 1 14
So as I pull this into a mail merge I will get a tag that shows the zipcode, the crrt, the total pieces for that crrt, then number of the bundle for example " 1 of 14" and the quantity in that bundle, for example "50 of 693", then the next bundle tag will print, 3 to a page. I know that here has to be an easier way either in the mail merging process itself or with EXCEL? Am even open to build these with ACCESS to create the tags. The beginning database contains anywhere from 350 to 800 lines of original data, so as you can see the cut and paste is VERY time consuming.
This macro, enabled in Excel, is part of a chain of macros and will open Word, run the mail merge, save and close Excel. However, there is a macro in Word that I need to run but don't know how to activate it. Is there a code that I am missing that can be added to the end of the macro included?
VB: Sub Mailmerge() Dim wd As Object Dim wdocSource As Object [code].....
The database is full of customer bookings and the email side is for sending automated emails regarding There Gift aid donation.
Im trying to run an Automated mail merge from excel via word. Basically im opening an a spreadsheet which has the same information as the Mail merge data source, its a refresh-able Query from microsoft query . I want to be able to click a button that opens up Word and produces an email mail merge and sends it to my outbox. So the emails can be viewed before the final send. I am using Office 2013.
Once i have this stage working i want to eventually move on to having a field on the main spread sheet automatically fill in saying Sent with a Time Stamp.I want to send either email or print a letter depending on what Address/Email information they have.There may also be multiple bookings from the same Customer e.g Restaurant and house booking, which will show separately, and i want to some how have a condition that it puts all the customers Bookings onto one mail merge letter, instead of sending 3 separate letters to one customer.
This is my code so far:
VB: Sub OpenWord() 'Setting up Word Application Dim wdApp as word.application On Error Resume Next
Dim wdApp As Word.Application Dim wdDoc As Word.Document
I am trying (and failing) to set up a mail merge with a Word document. I would like for the doc to take information entered in specific columns and display it in the right field. I've set up the field and the excel doc and went through the mail merge wizard's steps for setting it up but it doesn't seem to be doing what I want.I am attaching the doc and spreadsheet below.
MichaelFields TEST.Contract Entries.xlsxFields Test.Contract to Provide Legal Services.docx
I have an Excel spreadsheet with names and addresses which I want to mail merge into a letter on word (annual benefit statements). The names and addresses on Excel have been imported from system software and are all in capitals. Is Excel smart enough to be able to keep the first letter of text in a cell but to change the remaining letters to lower case?
Is there a way i can dictate to Word from an Excel macro that i want it to open, Start a mail merge, use a pre-made file as a template, use the excel file the macro is in as the source, get it through the whole setup of the Mail merge all the way to the print function?
I want to set up a one step button in an Excel workbook to open up a Word Mailmerge Document that I have already set up complete with Excel data source. I have used this code so far but it's not working. What else do I have to do?
Sub OpenWordMailmergeMasterB() Set appWD = CreateObject("Word.Application") appWD.Visible = True appWD.Documents.Open Filename:="X:Detention filesMail MergeLesley's MailmergeMASTER Interim Report.doc"
'To Run the Mail Merge 'Data source is a range name in Excel workbook called "MailmergeReport":.....................
I had sent 1000 emails to the my customers by using mail merge in word document. Now I need to reply to these 1000 customer again individual one by one. The message is the same, but I need these thing to be sent in individual.
I have a spreadsheet with client names, email addresses, and appointment info. I export a .csv file from outlook. I have been doing a mail merge in word and then coping and pasting into an Outlook message and sending it out. I did some reseach and found code that I have made changes to. Of course they it doesn't work. I can't get anything to happen when I run this code.
Code: Sub Qualls_Email_Confirms()
Dim OutApp As Object Dim OutMail As Object Dim cell As Range
Application.ScreenUpdating = False Set OutApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
Whenever I copy and paste dates from the internet I can't get Excel to recognize the info as dates, thus making it impossible to sort by date. It doesn't matter which site I use, I have the problem with all of them.
Using any of the links above, how I can paste those dates and get Excel to sort the date?
I am trying to find out how to quickly remove do not mail names from our mailing lists. We have several lists and our do not mail list is huge(280) so it's getting very time consuming to clean the lists. I'm assuming I can copy the do not mail list names to the current mailing list and then remove duplicates..but I want to remove both duplicates when i do that. My understanding of the remove duplicates feature and unique values is already a bit foggy.
If I have a simple spreadsheet with Name, Class, and date in Columns A, B, and C. Labeled as NAME , CLASS, and DATE acccordingly is there a way to merge that data onto a certificate in powerpoint so the result is a slide of each student?
I can do this in word easily and perhaps the easy answer is to just convert the certficate slide to word and go from there?
So Im working on a project where I want to take the reviews from our employees and put them on letters and email them out. Every employee has 1-4 reviews and multiple questions answered for each- normal mail merge would send someone 4 letters with the review info & I'd love to have it all pulled into one. I made a fake one & attached below. I've tried a couple of formulas I've seen online but none of them have worked.
I work with a team of users that are continually publishing reports in Word that contain charts and graphs copy and pasted from Excel into Word 2010.
We have a custom script that leverages a PDF engine to automatically convert .doc files to .PDF files that we distribute electronically to our clients. This all works great, but only if all my users select 'paste special' and Enhanced Metafile Format when adding their excel charts into our reports. Most of these people aren't tech savvy, and I'm havin ga hell of a time getting them to follow this workflow and am hoping there's a way in Office 2010 to select the default paste from excel into word when the content is a chart.
It seems like the default paste from excel is an embedded chart/graph that you can then further manipulate each component of the chart in Word; the default doesnt' paste an actual image. I am assuming the pdf renderer is using a lower resolution .PNG version of the image and when these are scaled for print and or pdf, they look like crap.
Is htere anyway I can automatically change the default paste format for the chart from excel into word to be an EMF/EMV (enhanced metafile?) Either thorugh the registry or some other saveable setting?
I have a data set for over 9000 addresses and can't get it formatted the way I need to. Attached is a small version of the doc. I need colums with "Name, address, zip, state, etc." and need to get rid of any duplicate addresses. address mock1.xlsx.
The main issue i'm running into is some of the addresses are 3 rows, some are 4 or 5. If there is a way to group all the data automatically between the "----------------------" that seperate them I think the offset or concatenate tools might work?
This document was originally wordpad in this form and I don't neccesarily need all the data, mainly need to make a mailing list. address mock1.txt
Whoever created my customer contacts Excel sheet prior to my arrival entered all of the contacts address information into one cell and in order for me to put this info into Access, I need them seperated. For example:
10000 X Street Louisville, KY 40291 is in cell E2
I would like it to read:
10000 X Street in cell E2 Louisville in cell F2 KY in cell G2 40291 in cell H2
They also did this with phone numbers (ie. desk# / cell# / fax#).
There are over 1000 contacts in this sheet, so it would take forever to split these apart row by row.
I am a teacher and my department uses Excel for grades. We need to be able to print grade reports for students. We currently use a mail merge to do this, but some teachers are having a hard time with this process. They don't seem to understand using the two programs together.
I want to do a mail merge from a pivot table. The pivot looks like this (bit simplified ;-) :
Name JanFebMar Joe $12 $23 $34 joe(a)test.com $12 $23 $34 Frank $45 $56 $67 frank(a)test.com $45 $56 $67 Alex $78 $89 $90 alex(a)test.com $78 $89 $90
Created with: Name and e-mail as row items, months as columns and cost as values.
In the e-mail I want to address the person by his name and use the right e-mail address to send it. So ideally (I think) the pivot should look like this (e-mail address in the column next to the name instead of under the name):
Name e-mail JanFebMar Joe joe(a)test.com $12 $23 $34 Frank frank(a)test.com $45 $56 $67 Alex alex(a)test.com $78 $89 $90
Now the problem is that I can't place e-mail in the column section of the pivot... Instead of placing the e-mail addresses vertical beside the name they are place horizontal...
I have a sheet of 2000 rows. What I want to do is merge the information into a word document with 8 rows of information on each sheet. These will then be printed and guillotined. what I want is to have the information for the second row to appear under the first one and so in position 9 and the third under that in position 17 and so on so I can just stack the piles up and they will be in order rather than having to sort them all into order. I do not know if there is anyway of tell word what oder to put the records in or if I will have to use a formula in excel.
If I have to do it using excel I need to be able to have a separate column which i can sort and it will then be in the right order for the merge. The first row will be 1 then 9 then 17 (adding 8 each time) up to row 50. Then row 51 is 2, 52 is 10, 52 is 11 up to 100. Then row 101 is 3, 102 is 11 and so on and so on.
I am doing a mail merge and one of my columns is an interest rate. It appears normal in my spread sheet but when I do the mail merge some of the number are extending about ten digits, for example, on my spreadsheet it is 5.75, on the mail merge it would be 5.759999999. It appears to be totally random.
I've succesfully managed to get the mail merge functioning from within Excel at the press of a button. I had a problem initially Word not shutting down properly but have solved this.
The problem I have now is that after the merge has finished and the spreadsheet is saved/closed and Excel is closed, the process tab in Task Manager says that Excel is still running. I found other instances on the net in other forums of people having a similar issue but alas no solutions. The full code for the procedure is below:
Private Sub cbMerge_Click() Dim wrd As Word.Application Dim mydoc As Word.Document Dim lastrow As Long Set wrd = CreateObject("Word.Application") wrd.Visible = True Set mydoc = wrd.Documents.Open("U:TSD3-Projects11-CBRNCBRN-036-CVF HVAC Main Contract-T13212-WorkingECR FolderTESTINGEQR Test.doc")
With wrd.ActiveDocument.MailMerge .OpenDataSource Name:= _ "U:TSD3-Projects11-CBRNCBRN-036-CVF HVAC Main Contract-T13212-WorkingECR FolderTESTINGECR Log TESTING.xls", _..................................
I am looking for a way to make the data mail merge friendly for our clerical staff! The intention is to be able to create a letter to the parents listing the dates absent and unexplained.
There are currently 7 columns ; ID, Surname, First Name, Current Level, Current Form, Absence Date, Absence Code.
I have downloaded and implemented ASAP Utilities and the Transpose funcion is really useful - however it works in predetermined steps - 1, 2, 3, 4 etc rows of data are transposed, depending upon the number you select. Unfortunately there is no such pattern - each student thas a different number of unexplained absences. Some have 1 while others may have 20.
I have a database of around 300 names and addresses from which I need to print labels .....
If not what is the best way to do it. Can this file be converted to a doc or mdb file and then mail merge in MS Word. Could somebody please reply at the earliest as I have very little time to create these labels ?