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¿Cómo formatear la fecha, la moneda y el número durante la fusión del correo en Word?

La combinación de correspondencia es una herramienta útil para crear un conjunto de documentos que son esencialmente iguales pero donde cada documento contiene elementos únicos. Sin embargo, cuando fusionamos algunos correos, debemos prestar más atención al formato de fecha, moneda y número. Este tutorial le mostrará cómo formatear la fecha, la moneda y el número correctamente en la palabra durante la fusión del correo.

Formato de fecha correctamente durante la combinación de correspondencia en Word

Formatear moneda y número correctamente durante la combinación de correspondencia en Word

Antes de cambiar el formato de fecha, número y moneda en la combinación de correspondencia, debemos aplicar las siguientes operaciones en primer lugar.

Paso 1: selecciona el campo de fusión que deseas cambiar. En este caso, es el campo de Fecha.

Paso 2: Prensa Shift-F9 para hacer que la codificación de campo sea visible. El campo que seleccionó ahora debería verse así:

{MERGEFIELD DATE}, {MERGEFIELD CURRENCY} o {«Percent»}


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flecha azul burbuja derecha Formato de fecha correctamente durante la combinación de correspondencia en Word

Por favor, agregue los siguientes datos de formato: \ @ "dd MMMM aaaa" en el archivo de fusión de la fecha. Y el campo de fusión de fecha debería ser así:

{MERGEFIELD DATE \ @ "MMMM d, yyy"}

El formato de la fecha será así:

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Nota:puede cambiar el formato de fecha a lo que quiera. Otros formatos posibles podrían ser: • dd / MMM / aaaa, • d / MMM / aa, • d MMMM aaaa


flecha azul burbuja derecha Formatear moneda y número correctamente durante la combinación de correspondencia en Word

Por favor agregue los siguientes datos de formato \ # $, 0.00 en el archivo de fusión de moneda, y el campo de fusión de la moneda debe verse así:

{MERGEFIELD CURRENCY \ # $, 0.00}

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Nota:el '\ # $, 0.00' en el campo se conoce como cambio de imagen numérica. Otras posibilidades incluyen:

(1). \ # 0 para números enteros redondeados

(2). \ #, 0 para números enteros redondeados con un separador de mil

(3). \ #, 0.00 para números con una precisión de dos decimales, con un separador de mil

(4). \ # $, 0 para un dólar entero redondeado con un separador de mil

(5). \ # "$, 0.00; ($, 0.00); '-'" para moneda, con corchetes alrededor de números negativos y un guión para valores 0

Además, a veces el número puede ser un porcentaje, puede que necesite editar el campo {«Porcentaje»} para que obtenga {= «Porcentaje» * 100 \ # 0.00%}.

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    khoi · 2 days ago
    hi..

    my date changed to code like this; 43696
    anybody can help?
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    Heather · 3 months ago
    YOU ARE AMAZING.... after years of fighting with currency in mail merges, finally the easiest and RIGHT answer.
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    cam · 9 months ago
    Hi there, I have my computer region numbering formatted so numbers are x.xxx.xxx,xx however my merge field field code format which is {MERGEFIELD UnitAmount \# "$#.##0,00;-$#.##0,00" \* MERGEFORMAT} still shows the number formatting as xx,xxx.xx. If I remove the formatting, then it displays as xxxx.xxxx
    Anyone know if this is possible and the correct formatting for Danish/German numbers? I need 1,000.00 to display as 1.000,00. Thanks in advance
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      Adix · 6 months ago
      O meu problema é similar: 1500000 => { MERGEFIELD Valor\# #.##0,00 } => 1500.000,00 Entretanto pretendo obter 1.500.000,00
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    Jim · 11 months ago
    Trying to add 14 days to "Current Date" for FISERV letters
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    Osmany Díaz · 1 years ago
    Hello, I am trying to change the date format of a field in Word that is extracted from a database (Oracle), the field arrives with date format as dd-mm-yyyy, but I need to insert that date in mm- dd-yyyy Someone could help me?
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      Adix · 6 months ago
      Other possible date formatting switches include:
      • \@ "dddd, d MMMM yyyy";
      • \@ "ddd, d MMMM yyyy";
      • \@ "d MMM yyyy";
      • \@ "dd/MMM/yyyy";
      • \@ "d-MM-yy"
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    Rene · 1 years ago
    I don't want my number rounded - it must display as is in the database, i.e. must be 8809010578082 not 8809010578100
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    Ian Oldham · 1 years ago
    when I am merging a spreadsheet into a word doc and bringing formatted currency I use \#” £,0.00;(£,0.00)” in the formula but when I do merge it brings back all the blank cells also. How can I just bring the cells with greater than 0 in the merged document
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    everly · 1 years ago
    what if I wanted it blank if it's zero?
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      Sunny · 1 years ago
      Sorry that I cannot help you. I will be appreciate that you can leave a message for me if you find the solving method. Thank u.
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        tps · 1 years ago
        \# "#,##0;(#,##0);' '"
        a space instead of the "-"
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    Natalie · 2 years ago
    Can anyone help me with a code to format my date in Word to display as 1st January 2017? Atm it is formatted to 01/01/2017 but it doesn't look quite right in the main text of a letter.

    Many thanks
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      roja · 7 months ago
      hi can you please guide me,how you are formatting the date in Indian format
      thanks
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    Michelle · 2 years ago
    I am having issues with a mail merge from excel. I need the data to be pulled to come over as a whole number however when it comes over it is is a 0 or the first number of the number represented in excel.

    Examples
    What is is Excel
    31%
    112%
    15%

    What comes over in the merge field
    0
    1
    1

    How do I get the full number to come over? When I change the toggle items to \#0 it then comes over as
    .31
    1.12
    1.5

    Can you assist?

    MB
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      Nessa · 1 years ago
      Did you manage to get help on this? Im facing the same issue
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        Sunny · 1 years ago
        Format the cells as general cannot work?
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    Robin · 2 years ago
    I am wondering how you would format if the field has a zero and you want it to be blank anything greater than zero you want the dollar amount. Thanks.
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    Waseem · 2 years ago
    Dears,
    I have little problem in my mail merge... The display date I need it to be shown in another language like arabic. For example, the date today is "October 30, 2016", when i switch or hit the toggle field code (Alt+F9) it will shown as
    [u]{ MERGEFIELD mydate } --> 10/30/2016[/u]
    When i want to reformate it i will be like the following
    [u]{ MERGEFIELD mydate \@ "ddmmyy"} --> 30102016[/u]
    But when i want it with what i want it to be :
    [u]{ MERGEFIELD mydate \* Arabic} --> 0[/u]

    How can i make the display date look like
    ١٠/٣٠/٢٠١٦

    Thanks and regards
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    Phil · 2 years ago
    Thanks for all the tips!
    I found (in Word 2016) that toggling the field code and manually inserting the switch code didn't really work. I was trying to get the date as dd/MM/yyyy, but Word gave me something else entirely (no idea why the date 10/10/2016 displayed as: 10/00/2016).
    Anyway, I figured out how to get Word to produce the date formatted correctly: Right-click on the merge field and select "Edit field...". Then in the window I clicked on "Field Codes" in the bottom left, and pasted the switch code in the end of the text box.
    Finally it worked!
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    Martin · 2 years ago
    Lanie - I can't work out how to get the - to appear!!
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    Martin · 2 years ago
    Lanie. Set up an excel file with Card No as a heading. Put a 16 digit card number in (no spaces) & merge it to word. Shift F9 to display field & add the \ onward text below

    {MERGEFIELD Card No\# "####-####-####-####"}

    Note I have formatted four # keys & one - key repeating. This seems to produce a space between numbers
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    Lanie · 3 years ago
    I'm trying to make a merge field for credit card number with a format like this 0000-0000-0000-0000 anybody know how.
    Thank you
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    Tanya · 3 years ago
    I am attempting to format the Merge Field to display the Close Date as September 10, 2014 instead of 09/10/14. I have tried to enter the field codes as MERGEFIELD \@ "MMMM dd, yyy" CloseDate and I even tried to Toggle Field Codes. Can anyone offer any suggestions on this? I have tried a few of the suggestions posted here but none have helped in my case.
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    Tanya · 3 years ago
    I am creating a Mail Merge Document from my loan manager database and I have trying to format the date to be September 10, 2014 instead of 09/10/14. I have tried MERGEFIELD \@ "MMMM d, yyy" CloseDate but continually receives an error " Error! Unknown character in picture string" when I toggle field codes.
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      Karen · 3 years ago
      Try MERGEFIELD \@ "MMMM d, yyyy" - I had the message when I used 3 "y"s, but when I changed it to 4, all worked.
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    Hilary Schaub · 3 years ago
    I'm having a very hard time getting a simple currency to export from Excel to Word Mail Merge. I'm getting 13.5 when it sHould be $13.50
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    Shahn · 3 years ago
    [quote name="Serena"]Is there anyway to edit the merge field so that whole numbers do not display decimals .00 but will still include the decimals if there is cents in the merge data? We use merging to prepare thank you letters for donations and my boss doesn't think .00 looks appropriate, especially when the donation is large - $150,000.00 looks funny compared to just putting $150,000.

    Eg.
    Merge Data -> Merge Field
    $1,500.56 -> $1,500.56
    $1,500.00 -> $1,500[/quote]
    Has anyone answered to this query?
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      ELAINE · 3 years ago
      Hi Shahn,

      You can follow the instructions given here to resolve your problem.
      https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Format-mail-merge-numbers-dates-and-other-values-in-Excel-990e6516-49bc-4a43-aecc-acd027d92a00#feedbackText
      However, after selecting MS Excel Worksheets via DDE (*.xls), I click "_FilterDatabase" instead of "EntireSpreadsheet".
      Hope this helps! :)
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      Serena · 3 years ago
      Hi Shahn, no I haven't received any solutions so far.
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        ELAINE · 3 years ago
        Hello,
        I was facing the same problem and manage to solve it by following the instructions here.
        https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Format-mail-merge-numbers-dates-and-other-values-in-Excel-990e6516-49bc-4a43-aecc-acd027d92a00

        However, after selecting "MS Excel Worksheets via DDE (*.xls)", click_FilterDatabase instead of Entire Spreadsheet.

        That will solve the problem.

        I hope it helps! :)
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    Serena · 3 years ago
    Is there anyway to edit the merge field so that whole numbers do not display decimals .00 but will still include the decimals if there is cents in the merge data? We use merging to prepare thank you letters for donations and my boss doesn't think .00 looks appropriate, especially when the donation is large - $150,000.00 looks funny compared to just putting $150,000.

    Eg.
    Merge Data -> Merge Field
    $1,500.56 -> $1,500.56
    $1,500.00 -> $1,500
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      HEIN · 3 years ago
      I have a question, i have a date field {MERGEFIELD "Term_Date_sys" }, but i would like to display that date + 4 months, is it possible?
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      HEIN · 3 years ago
      Hi Serena try this one {MERGEFIELD "Gf_Amount" \$ "R 0 000"}, it also do not display cents although they r there
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      MERI · 3 years ago
      Serena, We use { IF { MERGEFIELD Gf_Amount } = "*.00" "{ MERGEFIELD Gf_Amount \#$,# }" "{ MERGEFIELD Gf_Amount }" } where Gf_Amount is the name of the data field we're merging in.
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    Sandra · 4 years ago
    Thank you very much! :lol:
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    kemod · 4 years ago
    di office 2010 menggunakan MS Excel Worksheet via DDE (*.xls) tidak semua list kolom di excel terbaca karena di excel sampai Kolom LI sedangkan di wor yang terbaca sampai kolom BN
    mohon pencerahannya
    terima kasih
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    Jo · 4 years ago
    Can someone help me with the 'day before' from another merge field?
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    Jessie · 4 years ago
    what about a field with a number and a letter? example "1a". it displays as "0".
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    Jessie · 4 years ago
    How about when the field is a number and letter? example "1a". It appears as "0" on the merge doc.
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      Martin · 4 years ago
      No it doesn't. It might if you try to format it as a date but I am not sure why you would want to do that as it is not a date - well not on earth :D . As 1a is not a date if you want to display 1a just format as text as per Mr. or Mrs. or a client name.
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    Martin · 4 years ago
    Ronel: Used to be done through the use of *Upper within field codes display. Seems to have been dropped by MS. Try this instead:
    When date is displaying as 2-December-2015 or whatever your format is, right click on the date & select FONT. The dialogue box has and ALL CAPS tick box to bottom right. Click it & OK dialogue. Seems to do the trick but the coding is not displayed with Alt+F9 it must be in the background somewhere. Jeez I wish they would just leave it alone!!!!!
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    Ronel · 4 years ago
    I am using the 'd MMMM yyyy' format. Is there a way to format this to upper case?
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      Martin · 4 years ago
      Ronel, When date is displaying right click the date. Select FONT from dialogue. Tick All Caps & then click OK.
      Seems to do the trick on mine
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    Ronel · 4 years ago
    Martin your comments really worked, I am using the "d MMMM yyyy" format and it works perfectly. Is there a way to format this to upper case?
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    martin · 4 years ago
    It does sound unlikely without using visual basic to detect the denomination to rejig the merge field. I think depending on the complexity of the report I would be looking to produce it direct from excel. That may be a total non-starter.
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    Sue · 4 years ago
    I have a list where monetory amounts are to be paid in different currencies - I have done the field toggle for GBP but of course it changes each letter to that but I need some to show USD/SGD etc
    Can you do this within one merge?
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    martin · 4 years ago
    I can only alter the xls merge file contents when other file closed but seems to be formatted Ok with both open. Maybe the first time you need to close the xls file to get formatting to set right when setting up files. If it works go with it.
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    Linda · 4 years ago
    This works for me but ONLY if I close the Excel source file before running the merge.
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    Martin · 5 years ago
    Word 2013 date format on merge from xlsx. Undid Microsoft "fix" switched back to OLE from DDE and your fix worked 2nd time around. Brilliant. Thanks
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      dbhope · 5 years ago
      How do you do this Martin? I'm pulling my hair out.
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        Martin · 5 years ago
        [quote name="dbhope"]How do you do this Martin? I'm pulling my hair out.[/quote]
        Not sure why Microsoft have made this so complicated.

        I think you are just not following the instructions precisely.
        1) Set up an xlsx file with two headings DATE and DATETEXT
        Set format for DATE column to dd/mm/yyyy
        Set format of DATETEXT to text

        2) enter the a these 2 dates in the DATE column:
        01/06/2013
        05/07/2014

        3) enter this text in the DATETEXT column & don't let it format into a date:
        1st Jun 2013
        5th Jul 2014

        4) Save & close file
        5) Open a new word doc
        6) Click mailings, Start mail merge & letters, Select Recipients & use existing list & select the list you just made & click OK

        7) Click Insert merge field & click DATE & then OK
        8) Press enter to move to next line
        9) Click Insert merge field & click DATETEXT & then OK

        10) Click Preview Results & jump through the 2 entries. The DATE field will be showing the date as mm/dd/yyyy REALLY ANNOYING

        11) Click once on the DATE field (to highlight it)
        12) Press SHIFT & F9 and you will see:
        { MERGEFIELD DATE }
        enter this text \@"dd MMM yyyy" so that the field becomes:
        {MEGEFIELD \@dd MMM yyyy" DATE}

        13) VERY IMPORTANT: Note the lower case dd, UPPERCASE MMM, lower case yyyy

        14) Click preview results until the data shows. Scroll through entries & I hope we are sorted.....
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    Martin · 5 years ago
    Formatting the date in word 2013 does not work using \@"dd mmm YYYY" you just get an error to state the field doesn't exist. Microsoft state to use DDE but all that does is give the OOPS SOMETHING WENT WRONG message to appear on opening for the second time.
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      Matthew · 5 years ago
      [quote name="Martin"]Formatting the date in word 2013 does not work using \@"dd mmm YYYY" you just get an error to state the field doesn't exist. Microsoft state to use DDE but all that does is give the OOPS SOMETHING WENT WRONG message to appear on opening for the second time.[/quote]

      Make sure you either right-click on the merge field and choose 'Toggle Field Codes' or press Shift-F9 with the merge field selected.

      So, rather than «LastPaidDate» you should be seeing { MERGEFILD \@ "ddMMMyy" LastPaidDate }
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    Jimbobaleeno · 5 years ago
    Fantastic!. Thanks. I notice also that you can change the format in word to any of the available options in excel. To see the options go to the Excel home tab > format drop down box > more number format options > custom.