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Here is the template that I used (plus the budget sheet that I used too). It worked out so awesome for me that i STILL use it! :)

 

 

Guest List Blank.xls

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We have been using an Excel spreadsheet that my FI made. It tracks those who RSVP by verbal, by response card, as well as those who have booked and what room they have booked in. I will attach it.

I love how this is set up...but I am confused as to what the RED names mean. The others are pretty obvious.

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I love how this is set up...but I am confused as to what the RED names mean. The others are pretty obvious.
The red are those that have sent back a RSVP card as "No".

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Excel file girls--

 

How easy was it to print envelopes or address labels from the excel file? Did you copy and paste or export or what?

 

I think we talked about excel one time in college :) and I must not have been there that day!

 

Thanks for all your help!

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Are you planning on printing directly to the envelope or onto labels. Labels are always a lot easier because if you buy Avery labels (for example) there is typically a setting right in the print options to select the different Avery label sizes and it will do it all nice and pretty for you. If you are doing it directly onto the envelope (which is what I did) I just formatted my excel spreadsheet so that when I hit print it printed properly on the envelope and I copied and pasted the address information from another tab. I can set something up if you'd like.

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Are you planning on printing directly to the envelope or onto labels. Labels are always a lot easier because if you buy Avery labels (for example) there is typically a setting right in the print options to select the different Avery label sizes and it will do it all nice and pretty for you. If you are doing it directly onto the envelope (which is what I did) I just formatted my excel spreadsheet so that when I hit print it printed properly on the envelope and I copied and pasted the address information from another tab. I can set something up if you'd like.

Wow I am totally confused! I am going to print right on envelopes (hopefully). I really like your excel file, esp. since it kept track of all of those categories. If you could give me instructions on how to do it from the excel file you made I would really appreciate it! You are so helpful, thanks so much!!

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I have my guest list on the knot, however I don't know if I can mark off when I send out the save the dates, email the web site, etc. I would like to check out the others but i don't have 150 posts yet!!! UGH!!!!!!!!!thatswck.gifhissyfit.gif

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