Bookplate order info is on the first page of the dictionary order form. Putting the student's name in the dictionary is so important that we made it the FIRST item to consider when you place your order.
Instructions for printing
bookplates from an Excel file.
These instructions are for using MS Word
and Excel as the applications to do a merge when printing the bookplates.
Download these same instructions
Open Rotary Dictionary Mail Merge Document
Click on Tools, Letters & Mailings –Mail Merge
Under Document Type, select Letters
Select: Starting a Document – (use the current document)
Select “Use an Existing List:
Click Browse and find your Excel spreadsheet with the information.
Select: Table Pop-up screen:
Select Sheet 1, OK
Under Mail Merge Recipients – click ok
Under Write Your Document – click through
Follow prompts from that point forward.
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Since 2004, over 964,802 children have received dictionaries through our District’s project! District 6110's goal is to provide a personalized dictionary for every third grade student, and to do this each and every year.
MISSION: The goal of this program is to assist all students in becoming good writers, active readers, creative thinkers, and resourceful learners by providing them with their own personal dictionary.
The dictionaries are a gift to each student to use at school and at home for years to come. Educators see third grade as the dividing line between learning to read and reading to learn, so we encourage our Rotarians to give dictionaries each year to children in the third grade.
VISION: Through individual Rotary Clubs, we want to provide a personalized dictionary to every third grade student in District 6110. In this way we hope to help them to improve their communication skills and make the most of their education.