No, the limit is the same. However, you can save your Excel file in csv format. Alternatively, a VBA-based "roll-your-own" alternative to Mail Merge that uses DOCVARIABLE fields in place of MERGEFIELDS can be used.
Hope this helps, Doug Robbins - MVP Office Apps & Services (Word) email@example.com Screen shots by Snagit from www.techsmith.com
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