Can I use Easy Mail to print postcards?
A: Yes. For
the address fields, you may want to modify one of the predefined
envelope sizes, but this only takes a couple of minutes. If you want
to print text on the other side, you just have to set the margins in
I have addresses in several different programs. Do I have to type
them all into Easy Mail?
A: The simple
answer is, "No, you don't." You can copy an address to the
clipboard, switch to Easy Mail and copy it to a letter, envelope or
label. However, it's as easy to copy it into an address list. And
once you do so, the address is available with a click. Most programs
can write addresses to a text file. If your programs can, you will
find it easy to load them into Easy Mail. If you want to spend a bit
of time editing your addresses for format, Easy Mail can load them
for you automatically.
I use lots of different sizes of envelopes. Is switching from one to
another hard in Easy Mail? It's a real pain in the program I'm using.
A: You can
have up to eight different sizes of envelopes, and as many different
layouts for each size as you need. For example, one layout might
include your logo, another might not. You can set up a return address
with your formal name, such as Joseph P. Peters and another as Joe
Peters. Once you set things up the way you want it, it only takes a
couple of clicks to select what you need at the moment.
Can Easy Mail print a logo and return address on labels?
A: Yes, if
there is room enough. Some users find it helps to make the logo
smaller and use smaller font sizes. Changing the size of the logo is
easy. You just right click it with the mouse, then move the edges
closer together. You change font sizes just as in any Windows program.
The program I've got to print labels, always screws up a column. If
I fix it so the left is okay, then the right is no good. If I fix the
right, then the left is off. Are all label programs like this?
A: Easy Mail
is not. Once you pick a label size, every label in every column comes
out great. If you are using a non-standard label size, you need to
set things up so Easy Mail knows what you want, but that's easy, and
only takes a few minutes. After that, you'll get perfect printing
even on your non-standard size.
I'm lousy with graphics. Is Easy Mail really as easy as you make it sound?
A: Yes, it is.
It's our drag and drop approach that makes it easy. For example,
right click on your return address on an envelope, then drag it to
wherever you want it. You can do the same thing with your logo. And
you can also make it larger or smaller, or maybe just taller to fit
your return address. Or you can stretch it, then put it above your
return address if you like. With the mouse, it is really easy to set
up layouts on envelopes and labels. And you can create great looking
letterhead or stationery just as easily.
The program I'm using always wastes a lot of labels. Does Easy Mail
do the same thing?
A: No. You can
use every label on every sheet. Say you have a sheet on which half
have been printed. You can click an address, then click a particular
label and it will print right there. You can repeat this as many
times as needed to use all the labels on the sheet. If you have to
print a lot of labels, you may want Easy Mail to position them
automatically, then use the leftovers for small mailings.
I'd buy the program if I could get the darn thing to work.
A: A sensible
point of view. Let's see if we can help. Here's a couple of things to
check. If they don't make sense to you, please get right back to us
and we will solve the problem. (Note: While testing, it's saves money
to use plain paper.)
Easy Mail run at all?
2) Can you
print an envelope?
3) Can you
print a label?
Click on Labels.
- Select a size.
- Click on
- Point to
the label you want and click on it.
- Then print.
4) Can you
print a note?
about all there is to it. You can do a lot of other neat things with
Easy Mail, but the above is a good description of how the program is
send a note email and tell us where you are having trouble. We will
get you up and running in no time.
My word processor already has predefined envelopes and labels built
in. Why do I need Easy Mail?
activate your word processor in just a few seconds, and choose the
desired envelope with only a mouse click?
Can you print
an envelope without changing any printer settings?
Can you choose
a label size and select a label upon which to print with only a few
Can you choose
addresses for envelopes or labels with only a few mouse clicks
instead of setting up a merge file in your word processor?
If the answer
to all of the above is "Yes," then maybe you don't need
[Easy Mail Plus]
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