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Old 06-15-2010, 04:49 PM   #1
hei
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Question AbiWord 2.7.8 mail merge


I have created a mail merge file in AbiWord. The .csv file is correct and the fields inserted in the .abw file template are ok. It is when I try at the command-line to print out the postscript file that I get the error message. I use the command: abiword -m filename.csv -p filename.ps filename.abw: I get the error message no-longer use --print format. Use command-line conversion tools and then piping out put to a printer spool. I tied this and it did not work. "abiword --to=ps --to-filename.ps://1 filename.abw | lpr" Get error message no stdin input. Thank you for any help.

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