a function of some word processing programs that allows the user to insert varying information in form letters, envelopes, and other mass mailings
A function of some word processing software (e.g. Microsoft Word) that produces multiple instances of a document by substituting different text strings from a database in place of certain field markers. This is often done with envelopes, resumes, spam, and various other mass mailings.
- Mail merging
noun 1. (computing) a software facility that can produce a large number of personalized letters by combining a file containing a list of names and addresses with one containing a single standard document
[meyl-awr-der] /ˈmeɪlˌɔr dər/ adjective 1. pertaining to or obtained by mail order: a dozen mail-order rosebushes. verb (used with object) 2. to order (merchandise) by mail: to mail-order fruitcakes for Christmas. noun 1. an order for goods received or shipped through the mail. 2. the business of selling merchandise through the mail. noun 1. an […]
- Mail-order house
noun 1. a retail firm that conducts its business by receiving orders and shipping its merchandise through the mail and that supplies its customers with catalogs, circulars, etc.
[meyl-out] /ˈmeɪlˌaʊt/ noun 1. an act or instance of mailing out a quantity of letters, circulars, or the like; mailing. 2. a form letter, brochure, etc., mailed out.