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EnglishSuggest me a way to distinguish customer statements

I work for a company that sends out about 500 statements to customers. Each statements varies from 9 to 15 pages. Statements come out printed in a collated form. I am required to select only the pages that refer to each customer , and place them to an envelope and seal it afterwards. The problem is that this often leads to statements that refer to two customers being mistakenly placed into one envelope. How can I avoid this error? Is there a way to do it?

KonstantinosKostoulas 3 weeks ago
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Aree0116 3 weeks ago
Sort your customer data into a Number.
And you can use Microsoft Word.
You can also use the command control + F on your Search keyboard to find information.
KonstantinosKostoulas 2 weeks ago
I mean that by picking some pages and trying to find the last one for the respective customer, you have actually picked the last one of the next customer and I am looking how to avoid this.
Sanjay 3 weeks ago
In case of statements which refer to 2 or more customers, bifurcate the pages as to which customer they refer and separate them accordingly. In order to avoid double checking and confusion later on, make sure to recheck the pages before putting them in an envelope itself.
Also try being in a good mood and patiently sort out the pages each belonging to respective customers. Being in a good mood helps out much more than people think.
Also, I have a question. Can a single page refer to multiple customers or each page refers to a single customer only?
KonstantinosKostoulas 2 weeks ago
You don't understand. The real problem here is that because all 7500 pages come out printed as collated, the only way to distinguish is by finding manually which is page 1 for each customer, but you can very easily think as you put it in the envelope that the last page refers to the same customer , but in fact it is the last page of the second customer . Last pages of statements are always disclaimers.
KonstantinosKostoulas 2 weeks ago
I mean that by picking some pages and trying to find the last one for the respective customer, you have actually picked the last one of the next customer and I am looking how to avoid this.
Arthur Taylor 5 days ago
Are you printing front and back, while collating?
Arthur Taylor 5 days ago
If you decide on what customers get their print outs first, ensure you deal with the ones who need 9 pages, and then deal with the set that needs 15 pages.
Israel 2 weeks ago
At first get the name of each customers pen down, like written on a page or document on your PC
pavlo 2 weeks ago
create a distinct tic marks on the envelope when the statement is needed in one envelope. each tic mark distinguishes a specific statement. before you place a statement, check if there is a tic mark that corresponds to the statement before placing it in.
KonstantinosKostoulas 2 weeks ago
You don't understand. The real problem here is that because all 7500 pages come out printed as collated, the only way to distinguish is by finding manually which is page 1 for each customer, but you can very easily think as you put it in the envelope that the last page refers to the same customer , but in fact it is the last page of the second customer . Last pages of statements are always disclaimers. I mean that by picking the top pages you pick MORE by mistake and you cannot easily tell if the last page is the last of the same customer or the last of the next one!
KonstantinosKostoulas 2 weeks ago
mean that by picking some pages and trying to find the last one for the respective customer, you have actually picked the last one of the next customer and I am looking how to avoid this.
Peris 2 weeks ago
U could do just one envelope at a time , that is using a single name tag at a time to search and put in the envelope afterwards u make note of the name so u don't do it for a second time
alev 2 weeks ago
I did a similar job. for example, stick a colored piece of paper on the envelope. Paste that color on each paper belonging to the envelope. When all the same colors come together, remove the papers and put them in the envelope. I hope this helps. good luck.
David 2 weeks ago
Create a database management system that can be reviewed and re-edited for it
jackson7 2 weeks ago
Sort your customer data into a Numbers . Put each name in an envelope, so using Excel
these method very simple and professional
sercanhcoban 2 weeks ago
Create a new colored last page, for example orange background type Thanks... And seperate the pages
Rojelaine 2 weeks ago
I think you should write your customers name in the pages before you placed them in the enveloped and try to recheck it before you sealed them.
EugeNano 2 weeks ago
Create folders on your computer with the name of each client, for each place the files inside the folder for the name. This way you will print the necessary files for each customer. Before printing put the name on the envelope, and print the correspondences according to the customer's name to send.
Sumeyye 2 weeks ago
number envelopes and customers
MUSTAFA SUPHİ AYDOĞMUŞ 2 weeks ago
I recommend using electronic declaration
Taofeek Buhari 2 weeks ago
Arranging in alphabetical order can help a long way
hacimtut 2 weeks ago
You must mark the envelope to avoid making the same mistake
Gary Yong 2 weeks ago
If I understand the issue correctly, you're having difficulty separating the last page of Customer A's document, from the first page of the next Customer B's documents. Perhaps when sorting and separating each customer's documents from another, because the work is being done manually, there is bound to be some human error. Do I understand correctly? This issue has nothing to do with the envelopes or their labels.

If so, the issue is clearly that you need a more obvious separation and break between Customer A's documents from Customer B's. The quickest and easiest way to do this is simply to set the printer to leave a BLANK PAGE between each print job, depending on how you queue your print jobs to the printer. If the print settings in your printer application allow you to insert a blank page between each job u can set this default. Otherwise, the manual way to do this is simply to create an extra page in your digital document for each customer, and deliberately leave it blank. For example, if printing a 5-page document, instead create a 6th page with zero content. You will not waste any ink because obviously the printer doesnt print blank pages, but it does respect the sequence of the extra page, leaving you with a clear separation between each collated document. Does this help? - G
KonstantinosKostoulas 6 days ago
You have understood my problem correctly. Your proposal does not solve the problem entirely though, because you might think that you have found the blank page which marks the end of e.g statement x, lets say when you hold 20 pages in your hand, but still these 20 pages might be statements x and y together, and you might still miss one of them,
Claudia Torres 3 days ago
Print each customer page with a different font color
alireza 1 day ago
You can write this comment at the beginning of each statement "If this statement does not apply to you, please contact the company"