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How to Automate Bulk #10 Envelope Writing with UUNA TEK iAuto Automatic Writing Machine

Hey there, welcome to our insider's guide on revolutionizing your envelope production process with the incredible UUNA TEK iAuto Automatic Writing Machine. If you're like us, constantly juggling the needs of your small business, event planning gigs, or marketing projects, you know the struggle of manual envelope writing all too well. That's where the iAuto Automatic Writing Machine swoops in to save the day! Join us as we delve into the nitty-gritty details of automating bulk #10 envelope writing, tailored specifically for our fellow small business owners, event planners, marketing mavens, and the like.

Step 1 - Set Envelope Size

Let's kick things off by getting your envelope size just right. Dive into the Table function and craft a template that perfectly fits those trusty #10 envelopes.

Next, fine-tune your envelope size selection to ensure a snug fit for your specific needs. 
And if the options don't quite match up, no worries! Simply hit the settings icon and customize it to perfection.

Step 2 - Enter Sender Information

Now, let's tackle the sender details. Since these usually stay consistent during bulk writing, let's get them squared away first. Fire up a new table with three rows and one column to house all your sender info.
Fill in the blanks with your name, address, city, zip code, and any other pertinent details. This is your chance to make a statement, so feel free to jazz it up!
Once you've got all your details in, take a moment to tweak the format to your liking. After all, presentation is key!

Setp 3- Set Up Automatic Name Replacement

Now, let's talk automation. With batches of envelopes headed to different recipients, setting up automatic name replacement is a game-changer. Say goodbye to manual entry headaches! 
Since the envelopes produced in batches need to be sent to different people, we need to set up the function of automatically replacing the person's name, address, zip code and other information so that they can be produced in batches.
Save the names, addresses, zip codes and other information of different customers in an excel table (the names are randomly generated using chagpt, for example only), as shown below:
First add a table with 2 rows and 1 column to fill in the recipient's name and address:
Then add a table with 1 row and 3 columns to fill in the recipient's city, state and zip code:
Then enter the content that needs to be quoted in batches. Click the first row to select the cell where the recipient needs to be entered, and select the Binding option:
Because the name in Excel starts from cell A1, we bind A1 and click add to generate the binding result:
In the same way, bind the address, and the contents of city cells B1 and C1:
Because our recipient address usually has a comma between city and state, we enter a comma as the separator here:
Finally, bind the state and zip code in columns C and D of the table:
In this way, the corresponding excel cells required for each table are binded. Next, we need to set the data source for batch application, which is the excel table we have above.
Select the Bath application data function on the left and select the table we made before:
Because our names are arranged in rows, choose splitting with rows:
Next, select the completed form:
You can successfully call the contents of the table:
You can increase the number of pages here to preview different names and addresses:
At this point, how to batch reference different content is set up.
If the cell length and width are not enough, we can also adjust the length and width by dragging here:
At the same time, you can also adjust the format of the cell by right-click -edit current cell:
For example, I set the vertical offset to 3 here, so that the comma is closer to the lower left corner, which is more in line with natural writing habits:
Of course, you can also add some common terms:
At this point, the batch settings content has been created.

Step 4 - Start Batch Production

Now that everything's set up just the way you like it, it's time to dive into batch production. Pop those envelopes into the paper feed slot, install your trusty pen, and hit that write button to kick things off!
Install the pen:
Click All to generate gcode codes for all pages (Current only generates the current page), and set the number to be written (usually 1 copy):
When everything is ready, you can click the write button to start production:
The effect is as follows:
In wrapping up our journey, we've seen firsthand how the UUNA TEK iAuto Automatic Writing Machine Pen Plotter can transform the way we approach envelope production. From seamlessly integrating sender and recipient details to streamlining batch production, this powerhouse machine is a must-have for anyone looking to elevate their envelope game. So why wait? Dive in, embrace the efficiency, and say hello to a whole new world of envelope writing possibilities. Thank you for joining us on this adventure - here's to many more personalized envelopes in your future!

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