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print postnet barcode on MS Word 2007 envelope

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I need to have the postnet barcode print on an envelope generated in MS Word 2007 like it used to do automatically with MS Word 2003. Do I need a special font?
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Question by:TimPeer
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Why can't I include a POSTNET bar code or FIM-A code on envelopes or labels?
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word/HA101091591033.aspx?pid=CH100626261033
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by:MFredin
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TimPeer,

Did you find a 3rd party solution to this? I'm trying to do the same thing.

Thanks,
Matt
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