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Last week, we took a look at printing envelopes. But often people want to print labels--and then put the labels on envelopes, shipping boxes, CDs, file folders, jars of apricot jam, or whatever can be labeled.After you purchase blank labels, you need to carefully check which size you have. Word provides information from some vendors, including their product numbers, which can make that part easier.The next steps depend on what kind of label you want to make.
See Make a label or a sheet of the same labels.
For this, you can use mail merge. For more information on printing labels by using mail merge, see Make labels for a mass mailing.
If you want to type a sheet of labels and every label is different (for example, a sheet of name tags), see Type a sheet of different labels.You can find the label template that's pictured here, and many more label templates, on Office.com.
-- Joannie Stangeland
Please Help, wanting to change fonts on some of my labels.
When I go into the font area and change it does not affect the
labels I am making.
It depends on which method you're using. If you're using mail merge, you need to select the field including the chevrons. The mail merge article above has more details.
I want to print address labels. Purchased Avery Labels 8195 and its instruct you to use Avery template 5195. However when I went to details they didn't have either number what do I do?
Referring to my question about labels I using Word 2003
You can find information for creating custom labels in Word 2003 here: office.microsoft.com/.../answer-box-print-mailing-labels-in-word-HA001126973.aspx.
I need to create file folder labels (Avery 5366). How do I make the label outlines show up on the templates so I know where my text should be positioned on the label?
After you set up your labels, click the Table Tools Layout tab, and then click View Gridlines. The labels are formatted as a table, and the gridlines will show you the borders of each label.
Labels printed in Word 2000 print fine. Newly created labels in 2010 (avery 5267 and 5260) drop down several lines so that printing is not in the proper label. Avery 5267 drops first row to second row and crams remaining 19 rows in between first printed row and bottom of page. Old avery 5260 file created in Word 2000 still prints fine. Recreated this file in Word 2010 with printing starting several lines below where it should, cramming 9 remaining labels into the remainder of the page. (Same printer). Any suggestions?
I'm looking into this, and I hope to have an answer for you soon.
It's possible that the margins are too wide, and that's pushing the labels down. From my colleague:
"Try changing to margins to 0.24” top, 0.46” bottom, 0.31” left, and 0.31” right, as those were the margins in a template for Avery 5267 labels."
She also recommended searching in the Backstage view (click the File tab, and then search for "Avery 5267") or you can find templates on the Avery site at www.avery.com/.../Labels.
I just purchased Access 2010. I have created mailing labels, however the first line of each label contains control characters ....... such as <div><font color="#333333">Edward Jones< ... etc.
The rest of the lines in the label look OK. What is the fix f or this problem?
Jim W --
Is this happening only in the printout?
If so, make sure you have the latest printer driver from the manufacturer's website. Access printing issues are usually found by the manufacturer and fixed via driver updates.
How do you change the default font for the envelope return adress and make the change so it does not change on the next letter? I can change it for the current document and I select new default, but it reverts to the default document font.
Thanks for any help.
Thanks for the great info, its been a great help for me, now able to fix my labels, please take a look at my name badges blof at www.namebadgecompany.co.uk
These are nice designs, the designs in the newer version of word are also much smarter, i'm using 2010 to makes some.