|Hi if you created the source file using the merge wizard it would have asked you to name it and save it. It would have saved the source file (if you didn't tell it otherwise) in|
C:\Users\yourusername\Documents\My Data Sources
Is this what you did?
If so, can you find the file that was created?
The default format would be .mdb which is an MS Access database.
If this is the case your best bet to print the information is to complete the mail merge.
If you can, the best way to create a source file is using excel which most people find to be a little friendlier than Access.
Once you find your source file or recreate it in Excel you can run your mail merges. If you need help with that, just ask - we're happy to try.