To open Mass Mailing, click on File|Mass Mailing.
You can either create a Mass Mail file manually or create
one from your exsiting client data.
If you want to create a new file of names in the Mass Mailing
section manually, open Mass Mailing and click the New button (first icon
on Mass Mailing toolbar). You will be prompted to enter a file name. Enter
a name, click Ok. You can start to add names to your new file by clicking
the Add button.
To merge a document with a Mass Mail file, open Mass Mailing, click open (second icon from the left) and select the list you want to work with, click OK. Click the Mail Merge icon (7th from the left) and you will be able to sort that file by Last Name or even Zip Code for bulk mail, or whatever means you wish. To select a Sort Order, click on which sort you'd like, and then click on the red down arrow. If you selected the Sort Order of LastName, or any Sort Order it will print your document by this sort without stopping your printer. If you use the Range option, you will be able to sort the list by Tag, City, Age, and others and you can stop your printer. For example, if you use the Range of LastName and put a capital A in the From field and a capital D in the Thru field it will print your document to those with the lastname from A - D then stop. You can start printing again where you left off.
The letters you created in Quick Write are listed in the Document Library window.If you need to make a change to the letter before printing, you can click on the documents icon below the document window and that will allow you to edit your letter before printing. Once you have selected your Sort Order/Range, select a document to be printed and click Process. Once the Process is finished click Print.. This will merge a letter to all the people in this Mass Mailing file.
We also allow you to print Labels and Envelopes from Mass Mailing. To
print Labels from Mass Mailing click the Labels icon (eighth from the
left). If you want the labels to print alphabetical, select Last Name
and click the red down arrow. It also allows you to do a Range. This is
just like the Mail Merge Sort and Range area. Once you have your criteria
set, click the Process button, then click the Print Button. It will ask
you for a starting Row and Column. The most common labels to use are the
Avery 5160. They are 3 across, 10 down, 30 to a page. These are the best
for doing mailing labels. We have an Avery Label Library stored in the
program under the Utilities Menu at the main window. If you are using
something other than Avery 5160, the label library will allow you to select
which label style you are using. Once you have selected your labels, the
software will print the labels for that list in Mass Mailing.