How to create your guest list:

Excel file format

 

The 1st Row – (1st line) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen

The 2nd Row – (2nd line) if you have additional guests

The 3rd Row (3rd line) – Address (no abbreviations please) i.e. Apt., St., Blvd. all must be spell out

4th Row –  (4th line) City, State, and Zip Code (no abbreviations please) i.e. State should be spelled out

5th Row (5th Line) Country if you are mailing outside of United State

REMEMBER: One row equals one line.

At the end, your list should look exactly as the image below.

 

calligraphy list-Excel File
calligraphy list-Excel File

 

Please click on the link below to download the sample File Template and save the template to your computer.

https://cohenprinting.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Cohen-Printint-Guest-Address-Instruction.xlsx

 Once you create the file please click on the email link ruth@cohenprinting.com to email your guest list.

Provide us with your envelopes.

How to create your address list in MICROSOFT Word

You can create the list using Windows Notepad, Word Perfect or any similar word processing software.

Type each entry with a hard return after each line and double space between each entry.

The entry should be exactly as you want it to appear on the envelopes.

Please click on the link below to download the sample File Template and save the template to your computer.

https://cohenprinting.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/preparing-calligraphy-list-in-Microsoft-Word.docx

Once you create the file please click on the email link ruth@cohenprinting.com to email your guest list.

Provide us with your envelopes by

dropping off or shipping your envelopes to:

Cohen Printing

  • 500 Cedar Lane

    Teaneck, New Jersey 07666

 

Here are a few dos and don’ts:

Type your list as on continuous column

keep the lines of each entry together vertically

Do not use headers of footer’s

Do not use any database tables

Do not use all capital letters

Do not insert any page breaks

Type the text exactly as you want it to appear on your envelope – do not use unwanted abbreviations

Spell out words like “and”, “New York”, New Jersey”, “Street”, “Boulevard”, “Lane”, “Apartment.

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