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The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has guidelines for everything and postcards are no special case. On the off chance that you are doing a Postcard Mailing effort.
And need to utilize the USPS then you should adhere to their standards.
They let you know precisely where the blank area of the postcard should be for the location, barcoding, and postage.
This USPS Postcard Template is made in Microsoft Office Word 2007. This is intended so that anyone can use it, without DIFFICULTY.
We will show some of them as an example.
We refer to Uprinting.com in creating this Postcard Template design. Simple and easy to use.
Usps Postcard Template 6×9
We took the example of a USPS Postcard Template 6×9 inch. The outline is outside the template. Quite easy to understand.
Download this USPS Postcard Template 6×9 directly in Docx format!
USPS Postcard Mailing Template
We took a USPS Postcard Mailing Template with a size of 6×11 inches. The appearance and color are no different from the first. The line’s description is inside the template.
If it’s annoying, then you can delete it.
Download this USPS Postcard Mailing Template directly in Docx format!
USPS Postcard Mailer Template
We chose a USPS Postcard Mailer Template with a size of 4×9 inches. There are many other sites that you can get. You can check in the gallery about the total USPS Postcard Template designs that we offer.
Download this USPS Postcard Mailer Template directly in Docx format!
For more examples, you can check out our gallery at the end of this article. If you are satisfied with what you see, then you just have to download them.
There are two packages that you can use, the Docx package or the pdf package. Either way, nothing is paid.
Their GUIDELINES likewise go into foundation shading, photographs and pictures, and foundation shading. They additionally refer to measurements and prohibition zones for different sizes of postcards.