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Post How to suppress space when data field is empty

I am creating a merge letter using data from an Excel worksheet. The data fields extracted from Excel are: First_name, middle_initial and last_name. Some of the rows in the middle_name column are empty. How do I suppress the space when the data field is empty? I am using Word 2010.



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Did you look in the Mailmerge Tips & Tricks thread at the top of this forum? It includes a topic titled Mailmerge Empty Space Suppression.
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