Moderated Re: Question on how too print an address on an envelope using a standard printer.
When I got this message at my office, using office 2016, I just pressed escape.
I think Jaws would put up a message saying something like:
you are in protected view, press escape to exit protected view.
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Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2021 11:26 AM
Subject: Re: Question on how too print an address on an envelope using a standard printer.
Iâ€™m also having the same problem as Madison.Â I have the envelope in my download folder, but I cannot open it or move it in to my Word documents.Â I am also having the problem that it keeps telling me that itâ€™s in protective view.Â Could this be because I am still using Word 2010 and Windows 7?Â For printing envelopes Iâ€™ve been using the Word program for envelopes with no problem for many years and many printers, but this program seems much easier to use.Â Any help will be greatly appreciated.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Madison Martin
Hi Brian and all,
Thank you for creating these, I downloaded both templates, now how do I save or get them onto my USB stick? Theyâ€™re currently in my downloads folder or whatever the place is called where downloads go to.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Now, what I think will be a major
improvement as far as ease of use. I'm constantly harping on the fact that
too few in this world know how to create an accessible MS-Word fillable form,
but I do, and that's what I should have done to begin with. In this
template, each line of the return address is a fillable field as well as each
line of the main address, and each is announced as you land in it. You
also can't do anything but type in the content you want, so nothing can end up
accidentally rearranged on the face of the envelope, either. Just fill it
in and print it.
Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H1, Build 19043
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