"Mail Merge Envelopes: Creating Merged Envelopes with Word 2007"
Mail Merge Envelopes feature in Word 2007 allow you to print multiple envelopes at once by using a list of names and addresses.
With Mail Merge, you are allows to set up one mailing envelope, which is used as the starting document for the merge. Using data from another source or database, you can print that one envelope with different information for each record in the database.
To create mail merge envelopes, it is begun by setting up your starting document. When creating envelopes, you can choose the envelope size, text font, positioning of the address, and much more.
This tutorial assumes that you have an understanding of the Word 2007 Mail Merge overall process. If you are not familiar, refer to Word 2007 Mail Merge: Getting Started article.
To create an envelope with mail merge in Word 2007
- Open a blank Word 2007 document.
- From the Mailings tab, in the Start Mail Merge group, click on Start Mail Merge icon and from the Start Mail Merge sub-menu appears, select Envelopes.....
- From the Envelope Options dialog box displayed, select the Envelope Options tab (if not selected)
- From the Envelope size drop-down list, select your envelope size.
- If you want to format the font for the delivery address, in the Delivery address section, click Font button. The Envelope Address dialog box displayed, then make the necessary formatting choices for the delivery address. Click OK.
- Repeat the same process for the Return address section.
- Once finish, click OK on the Envelope Options dialog box. Your document is formatted to the proper specifications.
- Then, from the Mailings tab, in the Start Mail Merge group, click Select Recipients icon and select Use Existing List...
Note: If your list is not created, please read another article on creating your Mail Merge Recipients.
- From the Select Data Source dialog box displayed, browse and select the file you will use for your list.
- Click Open button.
- To edit the recipient(s) you want to include in your mail merge, in the Start Mail Merge group, click Edit Recipient List icon.
- Select the recipients. A recipient is selected if the checkbox beside their entry is selected.
- Click OK button to close the Mail Merge Recipients dialog box.
Note: More information on editing the recipient lists, read another article on Mail Merge Recipients.
- If you have not already done so, in your document, type the text of your letters.
- Position the insertion point at the place in your document where you want to insert the merge fields.
- From the Write & Insert Fields group, click the Insert Merge Field arrow and select the desired field from the menu appears.
- When finished, click Preview Results icon in the Preview Results group. A preview of your first recipient's envelope appears.
- To preview your document with other recipients information, in the Preview Results group, click the Next or Previous Record arrows icons.
- To print the letters, in the Finish group, click Finish & Merge icon and from the drop down menu, click Print Documents...
- From the Merge to Printer dialog box displayed, select All to print letters for all of your records. To print a letter for only the record displayed, select Current record. To print letters for only certain records, type a range in the text boxes.
- Click the OK button.
- From the Print dialog box displayed, make any necessary adjustment.
- Click OK.
To make changes to the envelopes
- From the Finish group, click the Finish & Merge icon and from the menu appears, select Edit Individual Documents...
- From the Merge to New Document dialog box displayed, make the appropriate selection.
- Once finish, click OK.
- Make the appropriate changes in the new document that appears and save the documents.
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