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    I've seen (and used) it before - a few years back. It shows exactly where the bar code will go and has the lines of the right side, the little postage box and a few other things.

    For some reason I can't find it now either on Google or the USPS web site. Does someone have an .eps or an .idd file of for the back of a 4x6 postcard?
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    refer to this...http://www.usps.com/businessmail101/

    digging a few links in you can find a pdf of mail standards
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    • #3
      The Modern Postcards template page is another good resource.

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      • #4
        Excellent...I ended up changing the size to 8.5x5.5 but I can adjust the info from the template. Thx.
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        • #5
          Here is the exact link to save anyone else some time.
          Thanks for your help Drorain!


          http://pe.usps.gov/mpdesign/mpdfr_brm_down.asp

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