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I have a problem with office 2003 word feature mail merge. I am trying to create labels with existing address but it does not match the field.If there a solution where i could match the fields the fields and create the labels

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If you do not have Word then I would recommend downloading and installing a copy of Kingsoft Office Suite Free 2012 which is compatible with the latest versions of Microsoft Office documents and is free for home users.
Once the application is installed, open Kingsoft Writer 2012 (which is very similar to Microsoft Word).
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Click OK.
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Hope this will FixYa!!!

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Don't know how it could be simpler.

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