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I have created mailing labels in Microsoft Word using the Avery Label format. The mailing labels are saved in 24 files. In total there are approximately 1600 individual labels. There are 3 lines on each label. The first line is the word "Neighbor, the second line is the street number and name, and the third line is the city, state and zip code. I will email the files.
I want to use the US Postal Service NetPost Mailing Online service offered by PosteDigital. I want the labels put into Microsoft Access (.mdb) form. Their guidelines for creating and uploading mail lists are on their web site at:
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Windows Home XP in all versions of Internet Explorer
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