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Maximum character counts
Maximum character counts

Learn approximate maximum character counts for handwritten notes by paper size, design, and handwriting style.

Updated over a week ago

Due to the variability of each character rendered in our handwritten styles, there isn't one set answer to this question. You can learn more about how our handwriting works here. Ultimately, we recommend you create a campaign, and see how your copy fits, and manipulate the copy from there.

These factors are editable within the campaign editor:

Handwriting: You can use different handwriting styles, which have varying personalities, and each handwriting style comes with small, medium, and large font options.

Layout: Using a logo at the top of your note and/or a footer at the bottom of your note will affect the amount of space you have available. If you do want to use one or both of these, you can adjust the logo and footer text size, giving you more or less room depending on whether you increase or decrease the size.

Size: This one almost goes without saying, but if you're looking to give yourself some more space for your message, you can increase the size of your stationery.

Below is a rough guideline for the maximum character count that can fit on each note. Please note that these can only be achieved using our smallest font in Stafford, with no logo or signature on the front of the note and minimal spacing between sentences.

A4: Up to 2,800 characters
A5: Up to 1,196 characters.
A6: Up to 480 characters
Letter: Up to 1,080 characters
Half Letter: Up to 862 characters
Postcard: Up to 480 characters

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