Mail merge with Power Automate

This video explains how to mail merge using Power Automate. This is a Power Automate tutorial covering mail merge, Excel tables and Outlook. The tutor starts off by explaining how to create a data source in Excel, using the Format as Table feature. The tutor mentions that it is very important to make sure that the column headings are listed as headers. The tutor then starts off a manual flow in Power Automate. The flow grabs the Excel data and populates the flow. The next step is to link the Excel file to Outlook. Once this is done the flow can be checked and then saved. The tutor explains that log in details may be required at the check stage. Once the Flow is complete the tutor runs it. The emails listed in the Excel spreadsheet each receive one message.

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