Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Labels and the Mail Merge wizard, part of Word 2007: Creating Envelopes and Labels.
If you're new to using the Mail Merge function to merge a list of recipients…with a label file, the fastest and easiest way to do this is to use the wizard.…And that's what we're going to do right now.…So, you can start with a new blank document and then go up to the Ribbon and…click the Mailings tab.…Now from the Start Mail Merge button, which appears in the Start Mail Merge…group, click the lower half to see the dropdown list, and at the very bottom of…the menu, select Step by Step Mail Merge Wizard.…All this does is it opens up the Mail Merge pane on the right-hand side, so you…can choose, first of all, what type of document you want to merge with.…
In this case, it's going to be label, so we'll select Labels.…Notice down below, that we're at Step 1 of 6. Click Next, starting document to…move to the next step.…Now that changes the Mail Merge pane.…So now, we're ready to start selecting a document layout.…In this case, because we chose Labels, Label options appear where we can choose…a sheet of labels we need to use.…
- Printing from a sheet of labels
- Creating recipient lists
- Using the Mail Merge wizard
- Printing e-postage
- Creating business cards
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Envelope and Label Basics
2. Working with Recipient Lists
3. Mail Merging with Envelopes
4. Mail Merging with Labels
5. Using Electronic Postage
6. Troubleshooting Envelopes and Labels
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