Question QUESTION: Dear Sir,
please help me, i need to print 1600pc of recipient name, company name, address 1, address 2, postcard & city which i already have completed in excel sheet. well actually i know how to do by letter & envelope's but went comes to postcard I'm seriously blur...
how I'm i suppose to do this?? where should i place the postcard??
how do i set the size of front?? and also postcard is vertical portion so the address details must be on the right hand site of the postcard!!
please help me ASAP before i finish my 1 whole rim of A4 paper's.
for your information:'I'm using brother printer'
ANSWER: Hi Rekah,
Which version of MS Word are you using?
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QUESTION: i'm using microsoft window 2010
Answer Hi Rekah,
Thanks for letting me know the version you are using, it makes a big difference.
I must report that I donít have Word 2010 and have yet to be convinced that I need it.
Feel free to ask one or all of the other volunteers about this issue.
One of them just may have run into a similar situation and they all are a lot smarter than I am.
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