I am trying to do a mail merge to print addresses into a document. Each address block would be a record by itself, because the paper size will be 8.5 x 8.5.
Once the addresses have been merged into a document and then saved.
I would like to open this document and then run a code that will invert the whole address block, and then go to the next address block and do the same until EOF.
For instance, an address could be as in the document attached, and then please see how the inverted address would like.
To make coding easier, I could put a delimited for the start of the address, and another one at the end of the address block, but when inverting the address, these delimiters have to be excluded.
Can someone please suggest some solutions for this project. I have tried twidling with the Printer drivers and also examining the printer menu on the printer, but there is nothing that could do this, because the Xerox 4500 Printer that I have is not an envelope printer. in some envelope printers like Pitney Bowes I think have the feature of feeding the mail piece bottoms up and then printing the address inverted. This is because the other end of the mail piece has open flaps that would jam the printer. thank u for your inputs.
Another thought I have is, from Access when it prints the address line by liine, to print it inverted.
Thus an address line like
would print as :
is this a workable solution for this inverted printing?
Sorry I forgot, I use Windows 7 and Microsoft Word 2007 and the data file will be from Access 2007.