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I have the content of appointment letters of a number of employees to be printed in A4 page with variables like name, date of joining, post, salary. I need suggestion regarding software that takes input of the variables and then gives the output for print. The input can be in the form of Excel table (just a hint).

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    Have you looked at the "mail merging" feature of software such as LibreOffice? I believe you could use it. – Nicolas Raoul Mar 1 '19 at 9:42
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    @NicolasRaoul Taking cue from your reply, how about mail merge feature in MS Word. Asking this as it is already installed on my PC. – Splendid Digital Solutions Mar 1 '19 at 15:05
  • I don't have MS Word so I don't know, but you should try it, and if it works, post an answer below :-) – Nicolas Raoul Mar 2 '19 at 3:15
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@NicolasRaoul Yes, mailmerge feature of MSWord perfectly fits for the purpose. I think the term mailmerge is misleading and should have been something like textmerge as its name.

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