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Print Post Office bar codes on envelopes using Word Perfect.
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Print Post Office bar codes on envelopes using Word Perfect.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
ALTB.WPM 331 187 deflated
POSTNET.DOC 7716 3088 deflated
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@[email protected] 12:45p POSTNET.WPM v1.00 Documentation Doc Macro DocumentationRoss R. King IIRoss R. King IIThis file contains instructions for useing POSTNET
v1.00.
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This document needs to be generated before printing. To generate this
document type the following [ALT][F5], 6, and then 5.













X%POSTNET.WPM

X%Written by:
h#Ross R. King II

X%Version 1.0

$June 19, 1990

























,"Quantis Software
h#Ross R. King II
"2372 Coolidge Way
Rancho Cordova, CA 956703902
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"Table of Contents




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Postnet is ShareMacro, which means you may use this macro
without paying for it for a reasonable trial period. If you like
this macro you may pay the registration fee. If you don't like
the macro please send me a letter telling me why so I can make
this macro more to your liking.

If you use this macro for any thing other than personal use
on a trial basis you must register with the author. The
registration fee is $5.00 for each copy used for personal or
business use. By registering I will notify you via Compuserve of
any upgrades or new releases. This is a one time registration fee
for this macro. Make all checks and money orders payable to Ross
R. King at the following address:

``Quantis Software
``Ross R. King II
``2372 Coolidge Way
``Rancho Cordova, CA 956703902



POSTNET.WPM was written and tested on the 3/30/90 release of
Wordperfect v5.1. The POSTNET bar codes generated by this program
and printed on a Epson LX810 printer are currently being tested
by the United States Postal Service for accuracy. This macro was
written to the exact specifications contained in Publication 25
from the USPS.

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POSTNET MACRO:

INVOKING THE MACRO:

To invoke the POSTNET macro you can ether copy the file
"ALTB.WPM" to the macro directory along with the POSTNET macro.
The second method it to use the Wordperfect method of activation.
First press {ALT} {F10} and enter the file name "POSTNET". This
will invoke the macro so you can use it.

USING THE CURSOR POSTNET GENERATION OPTION:

To use the "Cursor POSTNET gen." method, First invoke the
macro and then select this option by either pressing the
highlighted number or letter. Then the macro will ask you to
place the cursor on the first number of the ZIP code (ZIP +4
only) and press return. After pressing return the macro will grab
the Zip code off of the screen then it will display this ZIP code
on the screen and ask for your verification. If you press "N"
then the macro will allow you to try again. If you press "Q" then
the macro will cancel. If you press "Y" then the macro will ask
you to place the cursor in the correct place on the screen
according to POSTNET specification (Covered on Page TARGET1-4-). After
placing the cursor in the correct place on the document screen
press return and POSTNET will generate the appropriate bar codes.

USING THE PROMPT POSTNET GENERATION OPTION:

To use the "Prompt POSTNET gen." method, First invoke the
macro and then select this option by either pressing the
highlighted number or letter. Then the macro will ask you to
enter the ZIP+4 code. After entering the zip code the program
will ask you to place the cursor in the proper place on the
screen according to POSTNET specifications (Covered on Page TARGET1-4-).
After placing the cursor in the correct place on the document
screen press return and POSTNET will generate the appropriate bar
codes.

USING THE FIM GENERATION OPTION:

To generate FIM codes you can select this option using
either the highlighted number or letter. This will give you the
option of generating FIM A, B, C, D bar codes (See Table 1 for
explanation of each type). After selecting the appropriate FIM
code generator by typing the Highlighted number or character.
After selecting the appropriate code you will be asked to place
the cursor at the appropriate place on the document according to
FIM specifications (Covered on Page TARGET2-4-). After placing the
cursor in the cursor in the correct place on the document screen
press return and POSTNET will generate the appropriate bar codes.
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TARGET1POSTNET Specifications:

The POSTNET bar code has to be placed in a specific location
on the envelope. The POSTNET bar code should be between 3 1/4"
and 4" from the right side of the envelope and 7/16" from the
bottom of the envelope.

TARGET2FIM Specifications:

The FIM bar code has to be placed in a specific location on
the envelope. The FIM bar code should between 2 1/2" & 2 1/4"
from the right side of the page. The FIM bar code should be flush
with the top of the page.

AUTOMATED MAIL Specifications:

To make your mail automation compatible you need to make
sure that the envelope falls within specifications in Table 2.
The address is to be printed in a SanSerif and within a certain
box on the envelope. To create this box measure 1" from each side
and draw a line then measure up 5/8" up and draw a line across,
Then measure up 2 3/4" and draw a line across. The box within
these line intersections is where your address is to be placed.

DIMENSIONS FOR AUTOMATED PROCESSING

TABLE 2
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!ddx TP Dimensions(inches)" Minimum"*MaximumPP HeightH 3 1/2"H 6 1/8"[email protected] Length 5" 10 1/2"@PH Thickness* .007" 3/16"**P*firmly compressed
**card stock should not exceed .0095"



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GLOSSARY

POSTNET POSTal Numeric Encoding Technique. The bar code used to
encode the ZIP+4 code, located in the lower right portion of the
mail piece.

FIM Facing Identification Mark. Used for facing and presorting
business reply, courtesy reply and design.

ZIP+4 CODE A 9digit numeric code incorporating the original 5digit ZIP Code, a hyphen, and 4digit addon identifies specific
delivery segments such as a floor of a building, a department
within a firm, a group of postoffice boxes, ect.


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