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Use of Indicia on default envelope template

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Thank all of you for your replies. Let me explain the

situation, as I understand it. As the Postal Certificate

must be in the upper right hand corner of the envelope,

the envelope wizard does not provide access to that part

of the envelope and each envelope has a different size I

have concluded that each envelpoe default must be

modified. I cannt locate the specific temlate for each

envelope. I.e. #10, US Legal, etc. As a matter of fact,

I cannot locate any specific envelope templates. Can you

point me in the right direction?

Thanks again.

>--Original Message--

>How do I add the USPS indicia (mailing permit)to the

>default envelope template?

>.

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    • #10 and U.S. Legal are the same. See the article to which you were referred,

      which explains how to use the EnvelopeExtra AutoText entries to add the

      indicia. Though personally I would create document templates for specific

      envelope sizes (indeed, this is what I did when I was mailing nonprofit bulk

      mail).

      Suzanne S. Barnhill

      Microsoft MVP (Word)

      Words into Type

      Fairhope, Alabama USA

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      > Thank all of you for your replies. Let me explain the

      > situation, as I understand it. As the Postal Certificate

      > must be in the upper right hand corner of the envelope,

      > the envelope wizard does not provide access to that part

      > of the envelope and each envelope has a different size I

      > have concluded that each envelpoe default must be

      > modified. I cannt locate the specific temlate for each

      > envelope. I.e. #10, US Legal, etc. As a matter of fact,

      > I cannot locate any specific envelope templates. Can you

      > point me in the right direction?

      > Thanks again.

      #1; Mon, 26 May 2008 14:57:00 GMT