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dhouston1000 dhouston1000 is offline Can I mail merge data on front side (page 1) and static data (page 2) back of business cards? Windows 10 Can I mail merge data on front side (page 1) and static data (page 2) back of business cards? Office 2010
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Default Can I mail merge data on front side (page 1) and static data (page 2) back of business cards?

I have been asked to prepare business cards for our wait staff. The front (page 1) contains linked fields and static information such as log and address, phone, etc. The back (page 2) is static containing our dress code.




Is there any way to get publisher to accomplish this task without me having to print the front separately, then feed the card stock in and print the back side.


Our printer can print double sided documents. However they usually only contain static info.
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