field squeeze

field squeeze

[′fēld ‚skwēz]
(computer science)
In a mail merge operation, the elimination of extra blank spaces in a data field so that the data field is correctly printed within the text of the letter.
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field squeeze

In a mail merge, a function that eliminates extra blank spaces between words when fixed-length fields are inserted into the document text. See line squeeze.
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