Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating postcards, part of Word 2007: Creating Envelopes and Labels.
You can create your own postcards in Word 2007, even merge them with a list…of mail recipients.…We are going to do that, starting with this document called PostCardContent.…This is just a Word document made up of several text boxes with the content that…we want on the back of our postcard, including the graphic down there.…If we have got our content, we know what's going to go on the card, and we want…to mail it out to a list of recipients that we have stored somewhere, we need to…perform a Mail Merge.…So, the first step is to go up to the Office button, and create a brand…new Blank document and then go to the Mailings tab to start our Mail Merge with labels.…
Now, you need to do a little research here, finding what postcard best suits your needs.…For example, Avery has a nice one.…Product 8389 is a Glossy Postcard, 6 inches wide by 4 inches tall.…You get two of those on 8.5x 11.…So, when you click OK, you have now selected the postcard and you'll see…outlines for where the two cards appear, including the spacing between them.…
- Printing from a sheet of labels
- Creating recipient lists
- Using the Mail Merge wizard
- Printing e-postage
- Creating business cards
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Envelope and Label Basics
2. Working with Recipient Lists
3. Mail Merging with Envelopes
4. Mail Merging with Labels
5. Using Electronic Postage
6. Troubleshooting Envelopes and Labels
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