Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Printing a sheet of the same label, part of Word 2007: Creating Envelopes and Labels.
If you send mail to the same address on a regular basis or if you like to use…Return Address Labels, you will want to know how to print a full sheet of the…same label and that's what we are going to do right now here in Word 2007.…First, we will click the Mailings tab on the Ribbon.…Next, we will click Labels in the Create group.…And here in the Envelopes and Labels dialog box, simply type in the address that…you want repeated across the sheet of labels.…If you prefer to print out return address labels, simply click the checkbox to…use your default return address.…
It will appear automatically in this field.…Now, you can also make changes to this if you wanted to. For example, I am…going to click just at the beginning of the address and type in my own name and press Return.…So now I have made a change to the default return address. Keep this in mind for…a little bit later on.…Now down below, by default, I will be printing a full page of the same label and…my default label, or the last label I used, shows up here in the Labels section.…
- 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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