Do you have an address book in a table or in a database and want to use it to print labels? This article shows you how to achieve your goals.
Step 1. Click File >> New >> Labels
This displays the dialog box for labels.
Step 2. Click the Options tab
Step 3. Make sure the Sync Content checkbox is unchecked
Step 4. Select the Labels tab
Step 5. From the Database drop-down menu, select Addresses
Step 6. From the Table drop-down menu, select Sheet 1 (or whatever name you gave it if you renamed it)
Step 7. From the Brand drop-down menu, choose the correct brand for your labels
In some countries the standard brand is Avery.
Step 8. From the Type drop-down menu, select the type of label you are going to use
For example, a commonly used type is Avery 5260.
Step 9. From the Database field drop-down menu, select the desired field
In the case of an address, you will probably start with the first name.
Step 10. Click the left pointing arrow as shown in the illustration image
This places the correct field in the correct place on the label
Step 11. Press the Space key to create a space in the “Inscription” block
Step 12. Using the Database field menu, select the last name
Step 13. Press Enter
You have arrived at the second line.
Step 14. Continue with the above procedure
Step 15. Add the Street field
- Add the name of the city.
- Insert a comma (,).
- Press the space bar then add the State field.
- Press the space bar and then add the Postal Code field.
Step 16. Click New Document to create your label sheet
This is what this new document should look like.
Step 17. Click File >> Print (Ctrl + P)
A window will open and ask you if you want to print a form letter.