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Single Envelope Printing Software to replace Dazzle Envelope Manager?

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#1 MamaBear2015


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Posted 20 July 2017 - 08:35 PM

I've had Dazzle Envelope Manager since 2000. Do you believe it? :-) And it still works on my Asus M32B PC with Windows 8.1, but is starting to get a little flaky around the edges.


I don't even have an install disk. I think I bought it for around $20 at the time, and it was a download.


Since then, they stopped selling it for home / home office use, and went big time with a big company version only. ( As in $500+ dollars? ) But I only print one envelope at a time, to mail my SOHO clients, so I don't use mailing lists and need all that.


The reason I still need it, and haven't found a replacement, is that, when I put in an address and hit Ctrl-Z, it goes to some site called www.dial-a-zip.com and looks up the Zip+4, then puts it on the envelope for me - all in one step, with bar code, so I can print it. And for the life of me, I cant find anything that does this, to replace it with, in the same affordable price range, for home / home office use. Someone is missing some entrepreneurial opportunity here! :-) Isn't that crazy? I've searched and searched, and only found really basic and free envelope printer softwares, and some function of Microsoft Word that supposedly prints envelopes too, but I don't use Word or Microsoft Office. Who can afford that expensive thing, when OpenOffice is out there for free?


But, does anyone know of a modern replacement that does the same thing, without having to schlep to some USPS site and look up each address manually?

Edited by MamaBear2015, 20 July 2017 - 08:37 PM.

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