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Old 09-22-2008, 09:01 AM   #11
Peter Katin
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It has been ages since I used Word for anything beyond plain text, but I believe you can assign a Word style — specifying typeface, size, style, etc. — to the address fields. Then they should print as you want them to.
Like I say, I can assign all those things to the address fields and the preview is as I want it, but it's quite likely to ignore it all in the actual printing. Clicking "default" means that the styles will come up in new files only.
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