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The right way to put cards in envelopes
Inserting a postcard into the envelope seems like child's play - unless you send it to a label bigot. You know that as long as the front of the envelope points to the back of the envelope, you did it right.
Up or down? None of the two methods of insertion is incorrect. Folding the envelope allows the receiver to view the front of the postcard while removing it from the envelope. However, insertion of the hinged lid avoids extra items such as calling cards, cash, gift tags or sweets to fall out when the receiver withdraws the envelope.
Which is the right way to fill an envelope?
Filling an envelope is best done by arranging the side of the post that is imprinted so that it faces the addressee. This can be easily done by filling an envelope with the imprinted paper that faces the door. Envelope your pleated post with the last fold to the front of the envelope.
Windows should be filled with the recipient's email addresses pointing out through the windows. Make sure that the complete postal addresses, inclusive the postal codes, are displayed before you send the email. Correct sizes should also be taken into account when filling an envelope. For small businesses, small envelope can be used for face-to-face communication and bills, while longer number 10 envelope can be used for long letter and commercial mailing.
Characters should be pleated face up, beginning with the top of the piece of papermaking paper up. You should have the pleat slightly less than a third down to make the first pleat. You should lift the last pleat over the top half to produce an even rectangular form before placing it in the envelope.
If you need to unfold the post to place it in a small envelope, unfold it three fourths from bottom to top. From right to right, pleat the paper one third the width again. End the folding by folding the remaining side cleanly and inserting it into the envelope.