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Label & Report Designer: Basic & Advanced Training
This Label and Report Designer Training Course for AccuZIP6 will change the way you think about printing and teach you new, powerful and useful techniques to be more productive.
Learn how to create professional looking labels and reports that will be sure to impress your customers and help you generate more revenue.
Learn how to create postcard size pieces and print directly to your color printer with variable text, color, fonts, pictures and personal messages to generate a higher return on investment. You will learn how to create a new Label Template from start to finish.
Learn how to create 4-, 6-, 8- or even 12- up postcards in the Label Designer that print in presort order to help speed up production by printing 160- to over 320- postcards per minute on a 40-page-per-minute laser printer.
You will also learn how to create new reports from scratch and add your custom logos, create group bands, title and summary pages. Creating professional looking reports is vital to the success of your business. Don’t miss this oportunity to learn the basic and advanced techniques on designing labels, reports, and postcards.
Can the Sequence number have the "0" Truncated?
For postcards, can you print duplex?
How about a print only module?
Is it possible to put an updated manual on the software on the next distribution CD?
Will AccuZIP6 support the new Intelligent Mail barcodes?
Can reports be produced when running in batch mode?
Will Accuzip allow you to do Crystal Reports? Or can we create Crystal Reports from Accuzip?
When doing these reports can you calculate postal cost by stores from the file?
Can you import a pdf as a background picture?
Can this be used to send directly to a Buskro inkjet?
Can you save as a text doc for a mail merge in Word or Publisher?
How do you know which was the last postcard printed?
Can you print 4up post cards that are sorted by stack?
Can individual fields use different fonts?
Is there a way to get the records to print so that, for instance, you print a 1000 record database, and records 1-250 all print in the upper left, 251-500, in th upper right, etc, so that when they are trimmed the stacks are in order from top to bottom?
Can you print information at an angle?