Mail-merge definitions

Printing customized form letters. A common feature of a word processor, it uses a letter and a name and address list. In the letter, Dear A: Thank you for ordering B from our C store..., A, B and C are merge points into which data are inserted from the list. See variable data printing, field squeeze and line squeeze.
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(computing) A software product that uses a file (database) of names and addresses, together with a template document, to produce multiple copies of a letter, each personally addressed to a different recipient.
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To carry out such a process.
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