Envelope addresses can be fully formatted and styled. Envelopes display a placeholder address to allow you to format the text. Just click on the placeholder address to select it and it will be outlined with a green box and drag handles. Then use the controls in the Text palette to specify the font, size, text color or style. You can specify alternate fonts for multiple elements of the address such as the label name, first or last name, title (Mr. and Mrs.), house number, street address, city, state, zip, capital letter, roman numerals and more. Below are samples of possible address styles using a variety of settings. The settings used in each example are listed below the example.
To use one of the advanced addressing options, double-click on the placeholder address on the front of the envelope. The Edit Text Box window will appear and allow you to use many advanced features such as replacing street or state abbreviations with the full word.
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PrintingPress Pro Extreme 9.0 lets you pin images to the left, right, top or bottom if the address. The image will be positioned according to the size of the address so that it is moved down for longer addresses or up for shorter addresses. Pair the image with a specific address element to keep the image properly placed for longer or shorter addresses. You can also mirror the image to the other side of the address for a truly professional look.
When the envelope is printed, the placeholder address shown here will be replaced with addresses from the Mailing List for this project. See the page on printing for more information. To specify which of the 10 available label names should be used for this envelope, just double-click on the white area of the envelope and the Edit Envelope window will appear. Use the Name for addressed envelope combo box to specify which label name to use. The names that use "First" or "Last" are automatically generated from the first and last name. The other choices are fields that you specify when you enter the address.