You can use Premium 'Ultra' Fonts with mail merging applications such as Microsoft Word and Adobe InDesign by pre-Scriptalizing your mail merge database.
For very large projects an application embeddable DLL version and an API version of the Scriptalizer™ software is available for companies who wish to convert a large amount of handwriting in one session.
More Information about the DLL version
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For smaller projects it is relatively easy to pre-convert the mail merge data (names addresses etc.) in the web based version of the Scriptalizer™ by exporting the data as a CSV file, converting it, and then re-importing the converted text*.
* The process given below is for Microsoft products, but is similar for other applications such as Adobe InDesign. The key is to pre-convert the database before using it in your mail merge application.
When using Microsoft® Word® for mail merging the data is stored in a comma separated format (CSV) which can accessed via Microsoft Excel. Here are the steps to convert the text so that it renders correctly in the relevant Premium 'Ultra' font:
Note: Unless you view the imported text in the actual Premium 'Ultra' font it will still look like lots of strange symbols. Provided that the correct font is used when mail merging you should see the correct natural handwriting font in the Word output.