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Add "sender/from" line to postal mailing labels

My solution for Question 1: I create labels with the recipients in CiviCRM and save it. Than i create a label-sheet with the same format in libre-office only with the "from"-line and safe it as pdf. ...
uli moebius's user avatar
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How does CiviCRM handle international mailing addresses with unusual formats?

You can control the address format in Administer menu » Localization » Address Settings, so your mailing labels generate how you'd like. What CiviCRM does not currently do is print different mailing ...
Jon G - Megaphone Tech's user avatar
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How to change the labels font size

Yes there is a option to change the font size. The UI setting is not user friendly but it does allow you to update the attributes. Navigate to CiviCRM >> Administer >> System Settings >> Option ...
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Is there a way to print mailing labels from a report

I found a way to print labels from the results generated by running the "Upcoming Birthdays Report" as follows: First I created a group and named it "Upcoming Birthdays". I then ran the Upcoming ...
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Is there a way to print mailing labels from a report

A couple options: From the report you can export to CSV and use that as a data source for a merge outside of Civi. If you create a smart group with the same criteria as the report you can quickly ...
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Mailing labels - print: "TCPDF ERROR: Some data has already been output, can't send PDF file"

I imagine the ideal solution would be to sniff out the reason there's content in the output buffer when there shouldn't be. That's not what I did. Knowing very little about PHP, I looked up functions ...
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How do we make sure labels are printing with proper capitalization?

Pete suggests two good extensions - I've personally had good luck with Cividesk Normalize.
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How do i delete country from my mailing label format

There are two ways to do this. If you are based in the United States, go to Administer > Localization > Address Settings. Set Hide Country in Mailing Labels when same as domain country to Yes. You ...
Jon G - Megaphone Tech's user avatar
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Address line blank in pdf letter

Check your template html and ensure you are using <p> not <BR> tags to end the lines
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Multiple Mailing Addresses Based on Time of Year

You could also add the two adresses as to different adress types. One is set as primary, and then you need some help on changing what adress is primary, based on time. I do think CiviRules could help ...
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Are there other types of labels that can be created other than the mailing labels?

I just tested the same against wordpress and civicrm 4.7 demo Their is an option called Name Badge - I guess that is what you are looking for Go To Administer -> Communications -> Label Format ...
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Label Format does not fit in database - PHP 7.1 json_encode() and serialize_precision

I confirm that this is a bug in civicrm. I was able to replicate on my local running PHP 7.1. I've created a Gitlab issue at https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/core/issues/612
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Avery 5160 label definition does not print properly

I found that 5160 appears in both "Label Vendors" of "Avery US", and "Label Vendors" of "Avery A4/A5". If your printer is a US printer, you must us the Avery ...
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Avery 5160 label definition does not print properly

When you print the labels, are you sure that you are printing them at 100% scale (or "Actual size"), and not to "Fit"? I tested CiviCRM by using the following steps: I downloaded ...
Andrew Thompson's user avatar
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Avery 5160 label definition does not print properly

I've not tried those particular labels, but I had a similar problem with Avery J8160 labels. I started off with a MS Word template downloaded from Avery to get all the spacing values, but had to make ...
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Address Labels Printing

Welcome to SE! There isn't a built in way to print multiple labels for a single contact within the label printing functionality. Demerit's suggestion above is probably what I'd do, but if you have a ...
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WkhtmlPDF issues with the path in CiviCRM

You need to give it the FULL path, and include the actual executable file, e.g. /usr/local/bin/wkhtmltopdf The path you have in the screenshot has 3 problems: it's missing the wkhtmltopdf ...
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How do we make sure labels are printing with proper capitalization?

Several options but none out of the box that I know of. 1/ Sign up for a provider that does Address Checking 2/ check out the Extensions that could do this for [First and Last names eg this or this ...
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automatic word wrapping in Labels?

I would do this with CSS. For a text element to wrap, it needs to have a width set. Something like: .crm-event-label { width: 500px; } (To include Custom CSS, point to a .css file via ...
Joe Champion's user avatar
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Include organization name in employee's postal address

It sounds like you have the organisation addresses already in the database so Pete's answer is probably what you want. But for completeness for others who might find this question but don't use the ...
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Include organization name in employee's postal address

1/ to get Organisation name you should be able to use the token {contact.current_employer} at /civicrm/admin/setting/preferences/address?reset=1 (assuming you have them set up with the employee/...
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How can I automate printing address labels?

It depends what you mean by "API". If it's a script you're going to run overnight you could do something like this and put it in a file, let's say labels.php: <?php $form = new ...
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Add "sender/from" line to postal mailing labels

As an alternative to pdfchain, this can easily be done using pdftk: pdftk MailingLabels_CiviCRM.pdf multistamp pdfstamp.pdf output out.pdf The only thing you need, is a pdf file (maybe created ...
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How do I set the print order for address labels?

you can generate a profile (https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/4.6/organising-your-data/profiles/) and every field you add to the profile is later sortable. check "search-form" under the option "use for"...
uli moebius's user avatar

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