Easily Setup Envelopes For Mass Mail

Jon Brommet, Graphic Designer

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4 Lessons (28m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:33
    • 2. Envelopes

      12:01
    • 3. Labels

      10:45
    • 4. Thank You!

      3:56
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16 of 16 students recommend this class
Marguerite Hall

Wishful Artist/Sometimes Author

Who knew it could be this easy! Thank you for providing such a detailed yet simplified class
Thanks for this info. I usually use Microsoft Publisher Mail Merge (the Same process of designing in illustrator, save a png and then add to document in publisher.) Didn't realize I could do it in Indesign. Thanks a lot :-)
Great stuff! Especially the labels merge as I had not seen that before!
Good stuff to know. It would help if the screenshot were a little larger. Even at full screen on a large monitor, I can hardly see what his mouse is doing. He tends to spend a lot of time on the easy stuff and then do the tricky stuff really fast. Also, some of us are on a PC platform and things are set up a little differently, so slower over the important stuff would be better.