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Get personal list from excel and print it to envlop format?

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tbaror

Hello,

I have been asked to do a task with following job, read a simple list of peron from XL spreadsheet , next print each one of them in envelop format .

My question would be is it possible to do such job and which Autoit objects should i use

Please advice

Thanks

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thanks learned somthing new

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