That's called mail merge. Even if you don't make letters to send out.
http://helpdesk.ua.edu/training/word/merg07.html is just the first google hit for word 2007 mail merge. You'll be able to find much more, also in the Word help or the Word books you bought to learn everything about this program.
I am creating a wine manual for work and have entered all my important data to a Microsoft Excel 2007 spreadsheet. What I want to do now is have that Excel data transferred to a Microsoft Word document without me having to manually copy/paste each data entry to a seperate page for each row, as there are 135 wines I must cover.
How do I export data from a Microsoft Excel 2007 spreadsheet to a Microsoft Word 2007 template, each row of data pertaining to its own Word template/page?
I assume I would have to enter data tags in my word document so that Excel can parse those tags with actual data.
Also, even though I am a first time visitor to these forums, I assure you I have used the forum Search function and I have also Googled. The only information I seem to find are guides showing how to Control+C and Control+V a range of data from Excel to Word, which is what I am trying to avoid, or implying the use of XML.
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide! I will be checking this post regularily throughout the next few days.