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Chapter 6. Enhancing a Document with Word > Addressing Envelopes and Labels

Addressing Envelopes and Labels

When you write a letter, you can use Word to print an address on an envelope or mailing label. Word scans your document to find a delivery address. You can use the one Word finds, enter another one, or select one from your Address Book. You can specify a return address, or you can omit it. Addresses can contain text, graphics, and bar codes. The POSTNET bar code is a machine-readable depiction of a U.S. zip code and delivery address; the FIM-A code identifies the front of a courtesy reply envelope. You can print a single label or multiple labels.

Address and Print Envelopes

Click the Tools menu, point to Letters And Mailings, click Envelopes And Labels, and then click the Envelopes tab.

Type the recipient's name and address, or click the Insert Address button to search for it.

Type your name and address.

Click Options, select a size, placement, bar code, font, and then click OK.

Insert an envelope in your printer, and then click Print.


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