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Kludging conditional text with hidden-text character styles is
complicated and time-consuming and a technically challenged marketing
person could easily screw things up.
Mail merge is much cleaner and marketing will get a set of clean Word
documents with no funny stuff requiring explanation.
On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 12:03 PM, Dan Goldstein <DGoldstein -at- nuot -dot- com> wrote:
> 1. Make sure the source document is set up with proper paragraph styles.
> 2. Create character styles to mark the "sibling" versions of similar text.
> 3. Create a separate template for each sibling version, in which all but the relevant sibling styles are defined in that template as hidden.
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