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Author Topic: QSL Address Label Problem  (Read 253 times)
KA5REJ
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« on: December 06, 2005, 11:39:36 AM »

I have about 450 QSOs that need qsl cards sent. In as much that will use BV6 Label Program to generate the QSO info labels.....I need a little help.

Help me organize the thinking process of getting these qsl card out.
1. Use my HRD logger (and/or in bv6 also) & mark all received cards.
2. Generate all DX labels via bv6 and sent to ARRL buro.
3. Generate all FISTS labels via bv6 and send to FIST buro.
4. THEN THE QSOs THAT ARE LEFT ARE DIRECT MAILING THAT NEED
ADDRESS LABEL TO BE GENERATED.

question?
WHICH IS THE BEST WAY TO GENERATE ADDRESS LABELS?
I have the data for addresses in HRD, but HRD has not
print program in it.

DO I need to get another software program simply to
generate the address labels in a timely manner because
I HAVE SO MANY ADDRESS LABELS TO GENERATE FOR DIRECT
MAILING?

IF YOU KNOW HOW TO WORK THROUGH MY situation please help!!

WHICH PROGRAM IS THE BEST TO LOAD MY LOGGER DATA INTO TO GENERATE ALL OF THESE ADDRESS LABELS FOR DIRECT MAILING AT ONE TIME.

73's Awaiting Advice

Mike
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W5GA
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« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2005, 01:15:52 PM »

Were it me, I think I'd copy and paste the info into either Word or Excel and do a mail merge.
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K0RFD
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« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2005, 02:42:58 PM »

DX Keeper has a great QSL printing capability.  Does multiple QSO labels also for guys you work on 5 bands during a contest.  Also interfaces with QSL Manager databases.

It's free, as are all its supporting pieces and parts.

You can just ADIF your stuff out of HRD and into DXKeeper.
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