The USPS is converting to a single, two-inch high shipping tag for both
Trays and Sacks. Two-inch high Sack tags can be used now. No deadline has been
specified for terminating the use of one-inch tags. The content and barcode of
the Sack Tag will remain unchanged. The new Tag holders will accommodate either
one or two inch high tags. However, if you use one inch tags you will have to
have to manually secure them with tape so they don't fall out. The 3rd quarter
2006 release incorporates the ability to meet the new requirement:
Windows version: Click 'LaserTag'and then 'Select Printer and Tag Specs'.
For printing with laser printers, change the Tag Height to the same height
you use for Tray tags, typically 1.98. For direct thermal printers, change
both the Page Height and Tag Height to the corresponding values you use
for Tray tags. Note that you can continue to use up your one-inch high
card stock; every other one-inch high tag will be blank.
DOS version: The software has been modified to offer the option of printing
two-inch high Sack tags. Again, only the top half of the tag will be
printed; you can print on either one or two inch high stock. The changes
are implemented for both laser and direct thermal printers.