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envelope  may  be  used  for  all  registered  mail  if  the panel is a part of the envelope.   Figure 7-4 shows a window envelope that is acceptable for registration. REGISTRATION NUMBERS Once an article is accepted at a military or civilian post office, it becomes an accountable item.  That is, some person is always accountable for that item as long as it is in the postal system.  To account for registered mail a number is assigned to each piece. All registered mail  must  be  numbered  with  a  preprinted, self-adhesive  label.    The  registered  mail  labels  are designated as PS Label 200.  This label can be ordered from the USPS material distribution center at Topeka, KS.   The labels are about 1 1/2 inches high by 3 1/4 inches long.  The number series begins with the letters RR, followed by nine number digits then ends with US. The letter and number digits are in an OCR readable print (see figure 7-5). COMPUTING POSTAGE AND FEES Compute the postage, fees, and other charges as soon  as  you  have  determined  that  the  article  is acceptable  for  mailing  and  after  the  mailer  has declared the value.  Weigh the article first to determine the First-Class or Priority Mail rate of postage before computing the fees.   Then refer to Module R of the DMM, and compute the registry fee according to the declared value. 7-3 PCf0703 DATE DATE Figure 7-3.—A self-sealing envelope sealed with paper tape. PCf0704 Figure 7-4.—A sample of a window envelope. PCf0705 Figure 7-5.—An example of a USPS Label 200.

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