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Print or export mailing labels
Print or export mailing labels

Streamline the process of mailing hard copies of formal letters to your families by printing mailing labels.

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Written by Emily Hoyne
Updated over a week ago

Enhance the appearance of envelopes, packages, or parcels sent from your school while also streamlining your workflow significantly. Achieve this by easily generating mailing labels for your main contacts directly from jmc. Just pick the primary contacts per student, customize the label size to your requirements, and either print the labels using your printer or export a list containing the names and mailing details of primary contacts to a spreadsheet.

To print or export mailing labels, log in to jmc Office and go to Attendance > Student > Mailing Labels.

Step One: Select a radio button from the "Select" box to narrow the range of primary contact mailing labels that will be printed. Then fill out the appropriate fields highlighted below.

  • By Sequential: enter a range of student IDs in the "From" and "To" fields

  • By Random: select one or more students by entering their name or student ID in the "Find" drop-down list

  • By Grade: enter a grade level range in the "From" and "To" drop-down lists

  • By Advisor: enter a range of advisor IDs in the "From" and "To" field

  • By Course: select a course from the "Course #" drop-down list

Step Two: Select the appropriate radio button from the "Print" box to include "Family name," "Student name" or "Both Family name and Student name" on the mailing label.

Step Three (optional): Place a checkmark in the "Sort by ZIP Code" checkbox to sort the mailing labels by ZIP code.

Step Four (optional): Place a checkmark in the "Eliminate duplicates" checkbox to print only one mailing label per address listed in jmc.

Helpful Tip: Select a number from the "Font Size" drop-down list to adjust the text size appearing on the mailing label.

Step Five: Enter the size in inches in the "Top Margin" field to match the mailing labels generated in jmc with the dimensions of the printer sheet you're using.

Step Six: Select a number from the "Starting Label Column" and "Row" drop-down lists to determine the positioning of the initial label on your printer sheet.

Step Seven: Click the "Print" button to print the mailing labels or click the "Export" button to export mailing labels to a CSV file.

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