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Mail Merge: Office 2007 Word and Excel data source

My main document is in Word; my data source is Excel.

When merged, my dollar amounts do not have the dollar sign and comma (i.e.: $4,000) that are in the Excel data source. The merged field just shows up as 4000.

I never had this problem before we converted to Office 2007.

Please help as soon as possible! Thank you!!

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  • emckay Nov 26, 2008

    I am trying to do a mail merge in word 2007 but the comma or the $ is not showing.

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