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MAIL MERGE  -  an Introduction

[ For use with your data from "MyAddress & Contact Data !" ]

 



 

[ All FIELD numbers used in this item are the actual field numbers in the table beginning with FIELD 1: ADDRESS_ID - not counting for example the column with the record no. When using "topscan.exe" please rely only on the actual field listing. Topscan works fine but sometimes doesn't represent the fields in the column corresponding to their correct position in the database table. ]

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At first we want to make you aware of some important considerations related to the structure of our address book file which you can access via ODBC or after saving it as a ".csv"  file or with topscan.exe.

FIELD 59 SALUT_LETTER
 
In this field you enter the FULL salutation you would use when you mail merge your address data with a word processing document in the language of your choice.

Examples:
 
  Dear Mr. Miller
  Sehr geehrte Frau Hendricks
  Hello Michael
 
FIELD 60 SALUT_LABEL

In this field you enter the FULL salutation you would use on labels for mail outs in the language of your choice. This is quite different to the salutation you use in a personalised letter.

Examples:  c/- Mr. Simon Miller
                 z.H. Herrn Friedrich Heidenreich

In most address book applications, contact managers etc. we have found only a salutation field which allows for:  Mr., Mrs.  etc.

What is needed is to address people correctly, individually and in their native language.

When you perform a mail-merge with a word processor you normally define also the following merge fields in your document:   SALUTATION   and   LASTNAME  -  for example ...

Dear <SALUTATION> <LASTNAME>     =    Dear Mr Miller            etc.
                                                                           Sehr geehrter Herr Miller (in German)

If you print labels (based on the same underlying data) then you would have printed on your labels:

Attn. Mr Miller
z.H. Herr Miller      THIS IS NOT CORRECT in German - correct is:  z.H. Herrn Miller

If we have a look at the German version we see that there is an additional 'n' after the normal salutation in German ('Herr' stands for 'Mr'). There are many such small differences in various languages - this has made it necessary to have different formats for letters and labels:

Letter format:        Dear Mr Miller
                            Sehr geehrter Herr Miller        ( NO 'n' after 'Herr' )

Label format:        Attn. Mr Miller                   or:   Attention Mr Miller
                            z.H. Herrn Miller                or:   zu Händen Herrn Miller

When a mail-merge is performed you will always have the correct salutation applied:

Instead of using something like:

Dear <SALUTATION> <LASTNAME>

in your document template you could simply use the field:

<SALUTAT_LETTER>

when you are printing labels - you could just use the field:

<SALUTAT_LABEL>

You can use any language - as long as you use a standard character set on your computer.

You can of course mix and match different languages in one address / label as much as you like. For example: a label or address printed in English but with the correct salutation in Spanish might look very professional under certain circumstances.

The approach we take is unique and many people have confirmed that it is the first time they have seen such a approach to deal with the facts accurately.

FIELD 61   indicates the address format.

You can choose during address entry to tick " B (for business)", "P (for private)"  or "O for other)".

Depending on this you can print out letters and labels in an appropriate style for your target group. We suggest for BUSINESS recipients to use the following fields:

Mailing Instruction        FIELD 58  [ DISPATCH_INSTRUCT ]
Name/Company           FIELD 2  [ NAME_COMPANY ]
Salutation on Label       FIELD 60  [ SALUTAT_LABEL ]
Position held                 FIELD 48  [ POSITION ]
Postal Address             FIELD 19   [ POSTAL_ADDRESS ]
Suburb                         FIELD 8    [ SUBURB ]
City                              FIELD 9    [ CITY ]
Post Code / ZIP Code   FIELD 10  [ POSTCODE ]
State, District etc.         FIELD 11  [ STATE ]
Country                        FIELD 20  [ COUNTRY_NAME ]

For PRIVATE recipients :

Mailing Instruction         FIELD 58  [ DISPATCH_INSTRUCT ]
Salutation                      FIELD 56  [ SALUTATION ]
Title                              FIELD 49  [ TITLE ]
First Name                    FIELD 5    [ FIRSTNAME ]
Middle Name Initials     FIELD 7    [ MIDDLENAME_INITIAL ]
Contact Name               FIELD 4    [ CONTACTNAME ]
Postal Address              FIELD 19  [ POSTAL_ADDRESS ]
Suburb                          FIELD 8    [ SUBURB ]
City                               FIELD 9    [ CITY ]
Post code / ZIP Code    FIELD 10  [ POSTCODE ]
State, District etc.          FIELD 11  [ STATE ]
Country                         FIELD 20  [ COUNTRY_NAME ]

Based on these fields in your address book you can design mail merge letters and labels according to the postal requirements of most countries.

To give you some examples:

Mit LUFTPOST

Herrn Dr.
Hans Berger
Hasenweg 18
8000 München Moosanger

Deutschland
 

By AIR MAIL

Mr
Jonathan Miller
24 Cavendish Drive
Bronte
Sydney 2000 NSW
Australia

The difference is obvious - in the German example the house no. comes after the street and the postcode is in front of the city, then followed by the suburb and country.

Most of the advanced Word Processors offer MAIL MERGE facilities, however ....

... they are often NOT easy to use !

... it is not only the creation of the letter with merge fields to consider, but also the address data
    which should go into the merge fields (and here in most cases the description of the mail
    merge facilities lacks so fairly everything what makes your task easier)

... we did not discover descriptions which were easy to follow about (esp. by beginners)

 -  how to create a form letter with merge fields
 
- in what precise format the data should be, apart from saying that you can enter the data within the word processors facilities -  which is nonsense if you have the data already available
 
- as far as the use of external data goes it maybe says, that it could be a .csv file (comma separated values), a text file or ODBC; however all this leaves you as clever as before if you have never had to deal with these subjects

... they require time consuming trial runs not to mention the 50 sheets of paper or more until you
    get the first page out properly



 

We will over time deal with the implications of many packages on the market - here we want to bring you closer an easy to use package to make mail merge really work for - right from the start !

What follows is a little bit lengthy (but we want to go with you step by step through all the procedures). However it is much, much shorter than walking through the Help File of your “office” solution – not to mention the time and money you save !

(1) Install the Word Processor WORDWORTH on your machine into a folder:  c:\wordworth

(2) Create a subfolder below c:\wordworth and name it: data  -  for example:  c:\wordworth\data

(3) Copy the file: addrbook.tps from the folder where you have installed your application - normally: c:\tbsc into the folder c:\wordworth\data. The reason for this is that you should NEVER - under no circumstances - operate on your original data outside the application !

(4) If not already done you should have installed the TOPSCAN utility and created a shortcut on your desktop

Let's stay for a moment with these first steps ...

We are using a FREEWARE application which we have found some years ago on the cover disk of a CD from a computer magazine.

It is called:  WORDWORTH Version 1.0  from:  www.digita.com

The latest version can be downloaded for FREE from their web site at:   www.digita.com

[ We had some difficulties with the installation of a newer version after download (on July 17, 2001) - so we stick in the meantime with the older version which we have got from a cover CD; it is perfect for this purpose. Maybe we have done something wrong during installation or it was discovered that we had already an older version on our computer - anyway: we will follow this up and report about it. This doesn't mean that the software itself is not great ! If you are interested in the older version please drop us a line by e-mail. ]

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They also offer you to download an ORGANIZER ( PIM = Personal Information Manager ) which we highly recommend. You can add some interesting supplements like in the real FILOFAX - most important: URLs and e-mail addresses can be entered and called directly from within the application. It is also FREE of charge.

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After the first steps are done you should think about the design of your merge letter  ...

What information from your address book database should go into it - the fields listed further up for business and for private address formats are a good example.

Having done this you can load WORDWORTH and select from an opening box (with the title: "Easy Start") the mail merge option and choose within the box: Letter - a sample opens.

You will see some sample merge fields - replace them with

«FIELD1»

«FIELD2»
«FIELD3» «FIELD4»
«FIELD5»
«FIELD6» «FIELD7» «FIELD8»
«FIELD9»

«FIELD10»

using the INSERT command from the EDIT menu, then select the MERGE FIELD option (you can replace 'n' in FIELDn with 1,2,3 etc.) if you want to have the address printed like in the following example:

By AIR MAIL

Mr
George Brown
West Road 8
Sydney 2000 NSW
Australia

Dear Mr Brown

this is the equivalent to the possible contents of the fields:

[ DISPATCH_INSTRUCT ]

[ SALUTATION ]
[ FIRSTNAME ]  [ CONTACTNAME ]
[ POSTAL_ADDRESS ]
[ CITY ]  [ POSTCODE ]  [ STATE ]
[ COUNTRY_NAME ]

[ SALUTAT_LETTER ]
 

Now before we do the allocation of the actual fields to our merge fields it is a good idea to check the quality of your data in the address book file in your application.

Start "MyAddress & Contact Data" and select: Addressbook: Visual Verification from the EDIT Menu.

You can edit the fields in place - maybe some entries are missing, incomplete or just wrong !
 


 

If you have discovered some irregularities please correct them and then copy the file: addrbook.tps to the "data" folder in your WORDWORTH folder before you continue.

OK - so far so good.

Now the next step:

Start the TOPSCAN application (topscan.exe) and open the file: addrbook.tps in your folder: c:\wordworth\data

NEVER operate on your original data !!!

Within the TOPSCAN application select from the COLUMN menu SHOW/HIDE, then SELECT ALL (button down on the left) and click OK; you can also select AUTOFIT ALL. Now according to the field structure above you should shift all the columns you need for your mail merge to the LEFT - this means to locate at first the column: DISPATCH_INSTRUCT. Highlight the first field in this column and click the SHIFT COLUMN LEFT button as long as it takes to move the column to the far left into the first position (1 -left of Record No.) - this will be your mail merge <<FIELD1>>. Then locate the column SALUTATION and move it to the left between DISPATCH_INSTRUCT and Record No. (this will become your merge <<FIELD2>> and so on .... until you have all 10 fields in the right column position reflecting the structure of the merge fields in your planned letter.

[ The column numbers might NOT reflect the actual position in the database table - but it works fine. If you lookup the field no. in your field listing for the file: addrbook.tps and compare them to the column position shown in TOPSCAN they differ sometimes. But this doesn't matter for our purposes here. ]
 


 

[ You can RESET the columns to the DEFAULT from the EDIT menu. ]

Having all the needed columns in the right order representing the merge fields you can go again through the columns and make changes if required. Please keep in mind that these changes are made in a copy of your original database - you also might want to update your original now or at a later stage by making some notes (it is always better to do it from within the application - nothing is then forgotten).

Next we go in TOPSCAN into the FILE menu and select EXPORT.

The export file could be named: addrbook.txt - put it for practical reasons into the same folder as the addrbook.tps file ( c:\wordworth\data\ ]. Select Tab, UN-TICK Quotes, UN-TICK Create Titles and click OK. Your export file: addrbook.txt  will be created.

...  Back to WORDWORTH  ...

Go to TOOLS and select MAIL MERGE

Use BROWSE to select the file: addrbook.txt
UN-TICK the Box: File contains Header Record
Select File Format: Wordworth
ASCII Field Separator: Tab
ASCII Record Separator: Line Feed

and then click on PRINT - your mail merge letters are created !

[ if you choose to PRINT TO FILE in the print dialog your output is send to a file with the ending .prn from where you can inspect the letters before printing them out ]
 

S0 - THIS WAS THE MAIL MERGE. We have done it often this way and it worked without complications. If you do it exactly as described it will work for you too !
 



 

Some remarks:

The reason why we are using a word processor in an office environment is to automate some tedious tasks like mail merge and label printing. Otherwise we could stick with the old fashioned type writer. Let's be quite clear about one thing: whatever word processor software you are using in an office environment is fairly irrelevant for the average user anyway.

We think with our approach, tools and explanations we come closer to what an "office" solution (or whatever the word creation is nowadays) actually should be.

It is like hitting a nail into the wall with a hammer (one of these lovely analogies: the "nail" is the letter, the process of "hitting" is the typing process at the keyboard and the "hammer" is equivalent to your PC Hardware and Software (Word Processor).

Now you decide for yourself what is important and contributes to your business - we think it is the NAIL  (= your business letter). If you - as the human being involved - can't create the right letter to convince your customers (comparable to driving the nail into the wall) - then we can't help nor can your PC, printer and word processor software.

Worth thinking about before you run into the next upgrade !



 

Some more details we want to mention:

There are several possibilities how to place the merge fields in a document and often these placements depend on country specific style and format considerations we have to take into account.

Samples:

Herrn Rechtsanwalt                    oder:    Herrn
Johannes Strecker                                  Johannes Strecker
Waldstraße 49                                       Rechtsanwalt
                                                             Waldstraße 49
8000 München-Grünwald
                                                             8000 München-Grünwald
 
 

Mr
Johannes Strecker
Barrister & Solicitor
Waldstraße 49

8000 München-Grünwald

"Rechtsanwalt" = lawyer  (general) in English (barrister, solicitor are more specific) is a TITLE you can place in a German address in several positions. This should be considered when creating mail merge letters and inserting the merge fields.

Herrn Rechtsanwalt   is OK in German; Mr Barrister & Solicitor is NOT in English.
 

You can skip empty fields if you want to - however you must be sure that they are empty. For example: the field TITLE has as default setting a hyphen "-" but we are encouraging you to use the TITLE list, define new titles etc. to have good quality data. If there is no title for a person then a hyphen is stored in the TITLE column. This can be easily removed when doing the Address Book Verification as mentioned before (you can also use the 'mass update' function in TOPSCAN to replace single or all values in a column). A similar situation can occur with the column POSITION. In these cases and when the field is actually empty you can use the <<:SKIP>> <<:ENDSKIP>> construction to avoid gaps.

Description:

«:SKIP», «:ENDSKIP» These two command precede and follow a group of field names where you want the empty fields to be filled with the contents from the following field. This is useful for addresses where some fields in the address could be empty and you do not want gaps in the middle of the address.



 

There are many so-called "office" packages or "suites" on the market:

MS-Office                    (commercial package)
LOTUS Smart Suite     (commercial package, but also often distributed as promotional tool when
                                      buying a new PC)
...............................

Star Office                  (not tested regarding mail merge so far)
Software 602              (excellent choice - but not tested regarding mail merge so far)

and some others.

As far as the mail merge facilities are concerned we have compared the two major commercial packages (MS-Office and LOTUS Smart Suite - both the '97 versions).

What can we say  ... LOTUS Smart Suite is soooo.... easy to use ! Just create a NEW document, from the TEXT menu choose MERGE and then LETTER. This opens the MAIL MERGE ASSISTANT - you select the data(source) you want to merge, insert the merge fields and then click on merge, view and print.

The LOTUS Smart Suite was often given away as a promotional tool when buying a new PC. So if you have it: it is worthwhile to give it a go !

Your data source could be in the form of:

(1)

A plain .txt file - after exporting it with the TOPSCAN utility to: addrbook.txt or exporting it from within "MyAddress & Contact Data!". What is different to the approach with WORDWORTH is that the data has to be stored from within TOPSCAN as "comma separated" data and you should leave the tick in the boxes left of: Quotes and Create Titles.

(2)

ODBC Data

This allows you to access your data in a copy of the original file after setting up ODBC on your machine. It is a good idea to copy the file: addrbook.tps to your \work folder in Lotus Smart Suite ( c:\lotus\work\ ) and set up ODBC for this file as a new data source. See also our web site for more information about ODBC and how to implement it. You probably have installed LOTUS Word Pro by selecting the TYPICAL installation feature. To use ODBC you have to go through the installation process again and select the CUSTOM installation feature, then tick ODBC in the tab dealing with database files.
 

The next step is entering the merge fields - which is so easy with the Mail Merge Assistant (similar to WORDWORTH).

The rest is fairly self-explaining.

Word processing and esp. the important mail merge are handled with the LOTUS Smart Suite in a professional manner which is especially suitable for the novice user.


As far as MS-Office is concerned:

We are still trying to find out about an easy way how to do a "simple" mail merge with our data using the packages' word processor (this is esp. important for those who are new to computers, run a small business or doing it for the first time!. We will keep you posted.
 

However we have to say: it has taken us just two (2) minutes to create a perfect mail-merge with the LOTUS Smart Suite (and we haven't done it before with this suite). The other parts of LOTUS Smart Suite are similar convincing - see the documents at our web site.



 

As far as STAROFFICE from www.sun.com  and the office suite from www.software602.com
are concerned:

BOTH are FREEWARE packages !

We have not tested them specifically for their mail merge features but we will do this and put our experience in writing right in this space. What we have seen so far is that STAROFFICE is a huge package which certainly has its features, but it slow on lower level Pentiums and can't match from our point of view one of the commercial packages (we say this pending further exploration).

The office suite from www.software602.com is just excellent - what else can we say; and it is also FREE ! We will report about the mail merge features offered in due course.



 

Label Printing is a subject similar to Mail Merge - see also the documents at our web site.

We have listed at the end of this item the standard label sizes for AVERY Labels sold in North America and in Europe (plus other parts of the world). Useful to check out the label sizes if you want to use WORDWORTH, LOTUS Smart Suite etc. to print out labels.

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We have encl. some appendices from several packages - this makes it easier for you to see our explanations in context with what the software manufacturer has to say.
 

Appendices:

from the WORDWORTH Help File

Create personalized letters or labels

Personalizing letters or labels involves two steps.

1) Creating or finding the database file that contains the addresses,
2) Creating the document that will be merged with the database (the form letter).

Step One

Creating the database of names

Choose New (File menu) and select Normal to create a new blank document
Type each field of information (part of the address) separated by a Tab character
Press Enter at the end of the record (address) and repeat the previous step and this step until all the addresses have been created

For example ( is a tab character and  is a paragraph mark):

Jones     Black Horse House    Albion St      Exmouth
Smith      10 The Mews                    Exeter

When finished, choose Save As (File menu) and select Text Document from the Save As Type pop-down list
 

Step Two

Creating the form letter

Choose New (File menu) and select Normal to create a new blank document
Create the document as you would like it to appear on all letters
Insert into the main document, special instructions called merge fields that tell Wordworth where to print information from the database. When you Mail Merge the document, these merge fields will be replaced by information from the database.
Choose Insert (Edit menu), select Merge Fields and click Insert

Select the appropriate fields («FIELD#») into the document as necessary

The fields that need inserting are the fields in the database. If for example, the database contains the following data:

Jones     Black Horse House    Albion St     Exmouth
Smith      10 The Mews                                Exeter

The fields you would need to insert into the document are:

«FIELD0» Which would be replaced with Jones, then Smith
«FIELD1»  Which would be replaced with Black Horse House, then 10 The Mews
«FIELD2»  Which would be replaced with Albion St, ...
«FIELD3»  Which would be replaced with Exmouth, ...

Step Three

Producing the personalized letters

Once the database and form letter have been created the letters can be printed:

Open the form letter and choose Mail Merge (Tools menu)
Click Browse and select the database saved in step one
Deselect the File Includes Header Record checkbox
Type "Tab" in the ASCII Field Separator and type "Return" in the ASCII Record  Separator controls
Click Print to print letters for all the addresses in the database

See also

Inserting mail merge fields

Digita Wordworth Guide, Copyright ©1997 Digita International Limited. All Rights Reserved.

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Inserting mail merge fields

You can insert mail merge fields into the current document.

Choose Insert command (Edit menu)
Select the Merge Fields option and click Insert.
Double-click an entry in the list to insert it at the position of the insertion point and leave the dialog open.
Select an item in the list and click Insert to insert it at the position of the insertion point and close the dialog.
There are several selective commands you can use while mail merging (they are enclosed in chevrons (« or ») and preceded by a colon (:) to distinguish them from normal fields). These commands allow you to skip certain fields or records, and even perform condition testing for querying the data.

Command Use

«FIELD0» ... «FIELDn» Insert the n field from the database file. Starting at 0.

                   [ it works fine when starting with FIELD1 !!! ]
 
«:NEXT»       Skips to the next record in the database. It is useful when printing more than one record on a page (like printing a
                    sheet of address labels).

«:SKIP», «:ENDSKIP» These two command precede and follow a group of field names where you want the empty fields to be filled with the contents from the following field. This is useful for addresses where some fields in the address could be empty and you do not want gaps in the middle of the address.

«:STOP» Stops the printing of the document.

«:IF "field" = "value"» Only proceeds if the "field" matches the "value".

«:IF "field" = "value" NEXT» Will skip to the next record if the "field" contents match the "value".
«:IF "field" = "value" STOP» Will stop the printing of the document if the "field" matches the "value".

Other operators that can be used in place of the equals:

Operator Means

<= (or =<) Less than or equal to
>= (or =>) Greater than or equal to
<>  Does not equal
<  Less than
>  Greater than

Note: All comparisons are case insensitive.

See also

Create personalized letters or labels

Digita Wordworth Guide, Copyright ©1997 Digita International Limited. All Rights Reserved.

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From the AVERY Product Help File
 

Laser Address Labels

Avery offers a variety of Laser Labels for all your addressing and shipping needs.

The products listed below are available in  Europe and other parts of the world.

Clear Laser Labels

Designed to virtually disappear on white, patterned or colored envelopes, Clear Laser Labels make mailings look more professional. Available in seven sizes, they're ideal for addressing, shipping, reminders and return addressing.

Product Code  Size in mm Labels per sheet
L7551 Mini Address 38,1 x 21,2 65
L7552 Petite   55 x 12,7 20
L7553 Petite  22 x 12,7 48
L7560 Address  63,5 x 38,1 21
L7562 Address  99,1 x 33,9 16
L7563 Address  99,1 x 38,1 14
L7565 Parcel  99,1 x 67,7 8

White Laser Labels

Are ideal for all addressing, return addressing and shipping applications. Available in 12 sizes, the professional-looking labels are compatible with both laser and ink jet printers.

Some products may also be available in additional quantities (40 sheets and 250 sheets packs). See your local dealer or phone the Avery Consumer Service Center for details.

Product Code

Size in mm Labels per sheet

L7159 Address 64 x 34 24
L7160 Address 63,5 x 38,1 21
L7161 Address 63,5 x 46,6 18
L7162 Address 99,1 x 33,9 16
L7163 Address 99,1 x 38,1 14    (predefined in WORDWORTH)
L7164 Address 63,5 x 72 12
L7165 Parcel 99,1 x 67,7 8
L7166 Parcel 99,1 x 93,1 6
L7167 Shipping 199,6 x 289,1 1
L7168 Shipping 199,6 x 143,5 2
L7169 Parcel 99 x 139 4
L7173 Shipping 99,06 x 57 10   (most suitable from our point of view)

Colour Laser Labels

Add impact and style to envelopes and packages, file folders and special announcements with Avery Colour Laser Labels.

Product Code   Size  Labels per sheet
L7263 Yellow Fluorescent  99,1 x 38,1 14
L7630 White Round  63,5 diameter 12
L7670 Yellow Round Fluor 63,5 diameter 12
L7680 Mini Address Gold  38,1 x 21,2 65
L7690 Mini Address Silver 38,1 x 21,2 65

Some listed products may not be available in your area.

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AVERY Product List (North America)  -  from their Help File av-prod.hlp

Laser Address Labels

Avery offers a variety of Laser Labels for all your addressing and shipping needs.

The products listed below are available in North America.

Clear Laser Labels

Designed to virtually disappear on white, patterned or colored envelopes, Clear Laser Labels make mailings look more professional. Available in six sizes, they're ideal for addressing, shipping, 35 mm slides, reminders and return addressing.

Product Code Size   Labels per sheet

5667 - Return Address 1/2" x 1-3/4" 80
5660 - Address  1" x 2-5/6" 30
5661 - Address  1" x 4-1/4" 20
5662 - Address  1-1/3" x 4-1/4" 14
5663 - Address/Shipping 2" x 4-1/4" 10
5664 – Shipping  3-1/3" x 4-1/4" 6

Avery Colors Fluorescent and Pastel Laser Labels

Add impact and style to envelopes and packages, file folders and special announcements with Avery Colors. Available in three dynamic fluorescent colors -- magenta, green and yellow, and three sophisticated pastels -- blue, canary and lavender.

Product Code  Size     Labels per sheet

5970 Magenta Fluorescent 1" x 2-5/6" 30
5971 Green Fluorescent 1" x 2-5/6" 30
5972 Yellow Fluorescent 1" x 2-5/6" 30
5980 Blue Pastel  1" x 2-5/6" 30
5981 Canary Pastel 1" x 2-5/6" 30
5982 Lavender Pastel 1" x 2-5/6" 30

White Laser Labels

Are ideal for all addressing, return addressing and shipping applications. Available in 10 sizes, the professional-looking labels are compatible with both laser and ink jet printers.

Ink Jet Compatible

Product Code  Size Labels per sheet

5167 - Return Address 1/2" x 1-3/4" 80
5267 - Return Address 1/2" x 1-3/4" 80
5160 - Address  1" x 2-5/8" 30
5260 – Address  1" x 2-5/8" 30
5161 - Address  1" x 4"  20
5261 – Address  1" x 4"  20
5162 - Address  1-1/3" x 4" 14
5262 - Address  1-1/3" x 4" 14
5163 - Address/Shipping 2" x 4"  10     (most suitable from our point of view)
5263 - Address/Shipping 2" x 4"  10
5164 - Shipping  3-1/3" x 4" 6
5264 - Shipping  3-1/3" x 4" 6
5920 - Address  1" x 2-5/8" 30
5922 - Address  1-1/3" x 4"  14
5923 - Shipping  2" x 4"  10
5927 - Return Address ½" x 1-3/4" 80
5930 – Address  1" x 2-5/6" 30
5932 - Address  1-1/3" x 4-1/4" 14

Some listed products may not be available in your area.
 

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