Printing merged labels


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Printing merged labels

When printing your merged labels, there are options you can choose before and after the merge that will allow you to get the results you need. For example, you may want to filter out certain names and addresses, which you would do before the Mail Merge, and you may want to skip certain labels on a sheet, whether they'd be removed or damaged. So, in that case, you have some work to do after the Mail Merge. Let's do this using our labels file, and it's already connected to Microsoft Excel Recipient List, and here we are, previewing the results.

We haven't actually performed the merge yet. So let's say we only want labels for our US customers. In that case, we need to create the filter before we perform the Mail Merge. So, we go up to edit the Recipient List, and we see our data source here is our Addresses Excel file, perfect, and on the right, we can filter down certain addresses. So let's go to the Field dropdown and we will select the Region Equal to the U.S.A. a...

Printing merged labels
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Printing merged labels provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007: Creating Envelopes and Labels

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Business
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