A4 Documents – How It Works
Now you’ve created your master document and allowed the correct spacing for the recipient’s address. The next step is to create an address list for Print2Post to dispatch your letters to.
STEP 2: CREATE YOUR ADDRESS LIST
Print2Post can accept mailing lists made with Microsoft® Excel® in the native format, or .csv exported files. Let’s take a look at a typical address list set-up in Excel
The top row of table should ideally follow the Print2Post merge-field layout. This will help later when you may want to create dynamic, fully personalised documents. For a full list of these and their associated tags, check out the Advanced Print2Post Userguide (p48).
The more of these fields you can fill out the better, but the ones shown above should be regarded as the minimum to ensure Print2Post sends the letter at the fully discounted rate. A correct Postcode is essential.
When prompted, either upload the Excel file (.xls or .xlsx) or a comma-separated .csv file. .csv files can be created by Excel or any other spreadsheet program.