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Add A New Member To The Data Source.

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Contents Introduction 1 Add A New Member To The Data Source 1 Find A Single Record Card For A Specified Member 2 Find A Single Record Card For A Specified Member 3 Glossary 4 Trouble Shooting 5 Introduction Thank you for reading my guide. Here I will explain to you how to: * Add a new member to the data source * Find a single record card for a specified member * Print a single record for a specified member I hope you find it helpful! Add A New Member To The Data Source The first thing that you need to do is open the program that you originally created your data source in (e.g. word processor, database.) On the top toolbar click 'Tools' then 'Mail Merge.' The mail merge helper window will then open. Click 'Create' then 'Form Letters' Then click 'Active Window.' Under 'Get Data' click on 'Open Data Source...' ...read more.

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E.g. Jones (Surname). Click on 'Find Next'. That specific member card will then be displayed on your screen! Find A Single Record Card For A Specified Member After you have found the single record card that you require keep your cursor on that page. From the tool bar at the top click on 'File' the on 'Print...' (Keyboard shortcut is control and P) The Print window will then be displayed. In the Page Range section click on the option 'Current Page' and then click on 'OK'. The computer will only print out the page that you have your cursor on. Glossary Data - Raw facts and figures. In this case the personal details of the gym members that are entered into the data source. Data Source - The details of all the gym members that are saved as records, which can then be used to insert into the document via mail merge. ...read more.

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A. You have to remember what file name you saved your data source under and where it is saved on the computer. When you ask it to open the data source you can browse through all files on the computer to locate it. If you still can't find it, you can do a search on the computer for it. Click the 'Start' button in the bottom left corner of the screen and then search. Q. It keeps printing out the wrong or too many member cards. A. Make sure that your cursor is on the member card and that 'Current Page' is selected in the printing options. Q. I have added too many records. A. In the mail merge options under 'tools', go to the option to edit your data source. Once the record card is displayed, find the card you don't want using the arrows on the screen and simply click 'delete' which is located on the right hand side. For further help and queries. You can email the HFT technical support help desk. Click here to send an email to HFT UK. HFT UK ...read more.

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