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Access Mailing Label Seminar

Welcome to the Microsoft Access Mailing Label Seminar. Total running time is 52 minutes

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Topics Covered

In this Seminar, you will learn how to work with mailing labels. You will:

  • Build a standalone Mailing Label Table & Form
  • Design Mailing Labels
  • Insert Blank Fields on Top
  • Create Multiple Blank Labels (Loop)
  • Delete All Labels with One Click
  • VBA to Add Customers to Labels
  • Make X Copies of a Label
  • Full Sheet of the Same Label
  • Add Active Customers to Labels for Newsletters
  • Total Run Time: 53 Minutes



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Scott Arnopol 
15 hours ago
Can Access insert postal bar codes on the label, either above or below the address? If so, how can this be accomplished?
Scott Axton
12 hours ago
Scott -
I had a mailing service for 19 years before I closed my business about a year ago.

Yes -  Access should be able to print the Postal Barcode no problems.  I used to merge from Word all the time in addition to the specialized machines I had.
You will need a special font - The fonts I have on my computer are USPS4CB and USPSIMBStandard.  Google those.

Be aware that the requirements are quite complex to create  a valid IMB Bar Code.  It's based on Address, Zip Code, Check Digits, and a number of other things to create the "string" that the barcode uses.
Not quiet as simple as the old PostNet bar code that used to be used.

Also do a search on the USPS website for IMB Barcode.
This web site will give you a taste for what is needed in creating the IMB.
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Alex Hedley 
17 months ago
Although we've got the record count along the bottom in the selector I think it would be handy to have a large number in the top section showing so you know when your ready to print a full page
Might need a settings table where you put Page Count so you can have 25/30 (5 remaining) or some helpful calculations.
Richard Rost
17 months ago
Good idea, but this would have to be something the user would have to enter. Every label size produces a different number of labels per page. I thought about making multiple label reports and a list that users can pick from. Maybe one day you want the 30-per-day sheet of small labels. Another day you want larger quarter-page labels for shipping. Anyone interested in that?
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