To create USPS Intelligent Mail barcodes, you first use special software to create a code of 65 letters, which represent the zip code of the address plus other information about the address and about your mailing. Our Smart Barcoder software creates this code and saves it in your mailing list file.

Smart Barcoder Creates Perfect Intelligent Mail Barcodes But, you don't actually print the letters on your mail ... you have to convert the letters into the bars that the postal sorting equipment can read.

The easiest way to do that is to do a simple mail merge using Microsoft Word (or any similar word processing program), along with a special font that changes the letters into the corresponding bars. We provide this font free when you purchase either Smart Barcoder or Postage $aver Pro.

In this video, we walk you through setting up your mail merge in Microsoft Word so that it will automatically print the barcodes with your addresses.

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