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Tutorial #1: Mail Merge Object Labels

Date Created: February 8th, 2013


This tutorial shows archaeologists and museum workers how they can use the common word processor function "mail merge" to create individual labels for each item in a digital catalog.

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  • Sarah W. Kansa, 1 Others

    2011 "Test export" From Projects: San Diego Archaeological Center, Presidio of San Francisco. Led by: San Diego Archaeological Center, Presidio Archaeology Lab (Presidio Trust). Table generated by: PennyC Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/tables/c9c9bc4f3d2f610941aba8c1d0c54c06> California Digital Library: http://n2t.net/ark:/


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