Printing off labels landscape instead of portrait
Can we please be able to print the labels off landscape instead of portrait, as when applying to normal size envelopes it looks most perculiar compared to the normal lay of the envelope which is landscape.
We are pleased to announce that the functionality to print labels in a landscape orientation for letters is now available in Click & Drop.
Should you have any questions with regard to this please do not hesitate to contact the Support Team at email@example.com
The Click & Drop Team
OBA Customers can find more information about other features included in the latest release at help.parcel.royalmail.com/hc/en-gb/articles..
Non-OBA Customers can find more information about other features included in the latest release at help.parcel.royalmail.com/hc/en-gb/articles..
This has still not been rolled out to business users.
Please enable users of the business account to ALSO PRINT LETTERS IN LANDSCAPE.
The portrait printing is simply no appropriate for letters, especially if it is a DL sized envelope.
We would appreciate if you could re-open this ticket until it has been rolled out to users with business accounts too. (I know I am not alone in this request!)
I have 2 Click and Drop accounts - we prepay for the odd first class item rather than send it in a mail sack on it's own as getting sacks from Royal Mail is more difficult than drawing blood from a stone (we drop off at the post office rather than get a collection as it's not far away)
The landscape format now works for the prepaid account but for our OBA Click and Drop account the labels are still printing in portrait and there doesn't appear to be any setting to change this...
Too many assumptions are being made by the developers, why landscape option only for letters? We use Large letter not because of the size of the envelope but because the item requires the protection of a padded envelope. We send out thousands of Mail Lite size C/0 and quite frankly they look stupid with vertical labels and don't meet Royal Mail's own clear addressing requirements.