If you need to print a large number of labels, using Word can be a great time-saver. In just a few clicks, you can create a whole sheet of labels that you can stick on envelopes, products, or anything else you want to label.
The first thing you need to do is open Word and navigate to the “Mailings” tab. Then, click on “Labels” in the “Create” section of the ribbon.
Once you’ve clicked on “Labels,” an “Envelopes and Labels” box will pop up. Here, you can type in whatever you want to appear on the labels. For example, you might type in a name and address if you’re creating address labels.
Next, you’ll need to select the type of label you want to use. In the “Product Number” section, you’ll see a drop-down menu where you can choose your label type. Word comes with a lot of different label templates, but you can also choose a template from a different manufacturer if you prefer.
Once you’ve selected your label type, click “OK.” If you only need one label, you can reuse the sheet of labels and tell Word which row and column to begin on. But if you need a whole sheet of labels, click “New Document.”
Now, you’re ready to customize your labels. Word will have put your labels into a table, so you can use the table tools to change the font, alignment, and other settings. For example, if you want to change the font, click on the table, and then click on the “Design” tab to access the font options.
When you’re happy with your labels, save your document and insert the labels into your printer. Then, print them off, and you’re done!
Using Word to print labels is a quick and easy way to create a professional-looking sheet of labels. With just a few clicks, you can customize your labels to suit your needs and print them off in no time.