We spend a lot more time emailing documents back and forth, and we don't need to print as many envelopes as we used to. Still, it's fast and easy, so the next time you reach for a pen to address an envelope, why not let WordPerfect do the work?
WordPerfect figures out where the mailing address is in the document and pulls it into the envelope dialog box, so you don't even have to retype it. You may wonder how this is done. The program looks for three to six short lines of text followed by a blank line. If two address blocks are in a letter, such as a return address followed by a mailing address, WordPerfect uses the second address.
ENTERING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
When you choose Format, Envelope, you might see the following ...