I am wondering what program I would need to send letters to multi individualized letters?
I see the OP has an edit, so maybe it said something different before you posted, but he says he wants to mail physical letters, not email.You might want to check with your ISP, and also if they even allow such programs and what is involved so they don't label you as a spammer and ban you from posting.
Some even have a maximum of e-mails allowed per day.
I see the OP has an edit, so maybe it said something different before you posted,
Is there a mail merge feature in Pages an… - Apple CommunityThere was Mail Merge in Pages '09 but Team Apple seems hellbent on making it's customer's lives as hard and miserable as possible.
2019 Mail Merge for Pages - Apple CommunityYou should have also reviewed the menu structure, and the Help panel to arrive at the conclusion that other than Pages '09 v4.3, there is no built-in Mail Merge in subsequent releases of Pages, including v8.2. Six years without Mail merge. One could infer a message from Apple in that lapse.
Apple has brought back many of the missing features in their latest version of Pages, but again, some of those new features are limited only to users running Mojave or later.
What some folks do not realize is that it's possible to keep both versions of Pages at the same time. So if you have Pages 09, don't remove it after installing a newer version.
It's been more than 5 years at least. The latest version of Pages (10.0) is actually very nice and of course integrates well with macOS. But there are still some features that are missing that were in the older iWork Pages 09.How long has it taken them to get Pages up to an actual useful workable application???
I can tell you why lots of features were removed from the iWork apps.Would sure be nice if they'd provide some sort of changelog explaining why they remove features.
What too many folks who complain about Apple software don't realize is that Apple is, at the base, a hardware company. They give away the OS, give away the Works suite, just to make the hardware reasonably attractive. MicroSoft is, at base, a software company who sells an OS, sells an office suite, but who manufacture a small niche of hardware on the side (tablets) to sell more of the software.A number of years back Apple pulled back from most of their high-end products. They realized that their software mostly only existed to sell their hardware.