How to Automate Microsoft Word Mail Merge with Python

In this Python tutorial, I will be showing you how to perform a Word Document Mail Merge using Python.

This is one of the most requested topic I got, and I thought I finally have the time to record the tutorial. Couple of things to consider when using Python instead of VBA to perform Word Document Mail Merge.
1) Not perfect (I will explain why in the tutorial).
2) Can use CSV or Excel file as data source. To incorporate 3rd party API to import data, it requires using libraries support Excel object models.

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10 thoughts on “How to Automate Microsoft Word Mail Merge with Python”
  1. can we do– which are number of mails we are getting as report from Jenkins 1)convert into word and merge that word file and send this report to one mail_id or 2) combine different mail and send to single mail id —with python

  2. How to make only one document with all the documents? Instead of getting multiple documents

  3. Video about how to export a mail merge document individually with name from selected merge field value to pdf. Please.

  4. Great tutorial! Just one thing, I am getting this error message: TypeError: OpenDataSource() got an unexpected keyword argument 'sqlstatement' but I have your same lines…any idea how to solve it? Thanks!

  5. Thanks for the great tuts, can you elaborate this one , loading from 2 csv ? having a mutual key un each file ?

  6. Nice tutorial, I do have one question tho, I have a mail merged setup in microsoft publisher rather than word, would this code also work if I change it slightly to use publisher rather than word?

  7. Amazing. Thanks a lot for this great tutorial. Can you share the code and the files, please?

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