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How to Make Labels in Word?

Microsoft word is quite a necessary application that helps you to edit and type your documents. One must equip oneself with the skill of using MS word efficiently.

So, following the legacy, in this article we will tell you how to make labels in Word? Or how to make address labels in Word?

You will also get to know how to print the labels. So, this article is more like a complete tutorial on how to make labels on Word? You can also make good looking, appealing form in MS Word. See this for creating Forms in Word.

So, let’s get started:

How to create and print a single label?

This section will tell you about how to make labels in Word? To be more precise, this section is concerned with creating and printing a single label.

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Step #1: As the very first step, you require to launch the Microsoft Word application on your system. To do so, you will have to navigate for Microsoft Word and once found, you then need to click on it. This will open Word for you.

Step #2: In this step, you now need to locate the “Mailings” tab. It is positioned at the top navigation panel.  The moment you have found it, you are required to click on it. After that, you have to click on “Labels” which is positioned under the create section. This will open a pop-up menu for you titled as “Envelopes and Labels”.
Now, what to do next? For this, you would love to have a look at our next steps.

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Step #3: Now, in the address field of the pop-up menu, you are required to type the text whatever you want.
If you wish to change the typography of the text, then you will need to select the text and make a right click on it. This will open a small contextual menu for you from which you have to choose “Fonts” or “Paragraphs”.

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Now, in the following window, you can make the necessary changes and customize it accordingly.
Once you are done with the customization, then you need to hit the OK button.

Step #4: Now, to select the label type, you are required to click on “Options”. From the window that follows, make the necessary changes and when you are done doing that all you need is to hit the OK button.

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Now, under the Label section, you will see a postcard or letter pad like icon. If ever, you wish to change the dimensions or related settings, then you should consider clicking on that note or letter pad like icon.

Step #5: Additionally, since we need a single Label, so make sure to check the checkbox next to which “Single Label” is written under print section. When you select the “Single Label” option, then you will be prompted to select the number of rows and columns also. Just do whatever is required.

Once you are done with all the above mentioned, as the final step you can now click on the “Print” button and follow the onscreen instructions to print the same.

This way you can easily get to know how to create labels in Word?

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How to create and print a full page of the same label?

Step #1:  Launch word and this will open a blank document for you. Leave it as it is.

Step #2: Navigate to the top navigation bar and locate “Mailings” tab and click on it. Under Create section of the Mailings tab, you need to click on “Labels” option. On the follow-up window, under the Address field type the text you want. If you wish to customize the text, then you can also do so by selecting the text and then right-clicking on it. After that, you have to choose either “Fonts” or “Paragraph”.

Step #3: You can make changes using the “Options” button.

Step #4: Under the print section, make sure to click on the checkbox next to which “Full page of the same label” is written.

Step #5: Now, if you wish to print it directly without previewing the changes then you should consider clicking directly on the print button.

However, if you want the preview the changes along with some additional customization then you should consider creating a new document and from the layout tab, you can customize it accordingly.

This way you can quickly build and print a full page of the same label.

 

[Additional Information]: How to add a graphic to labels?

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Just in case, if you are curious to know that how to add a graphic to labels then this section will put a full stop to your curiosity. For that, you require following the below-mentioned steps:

Step #1: As the very initial step, you will have to position the cursor to that particular location where you want to add the graphic.

Step #2: Now, you need to choose the graphic. For this, you will have to navigate to “Insert” tab and from there you can select either “Pictures” or “Clip art”.

Step #3: Now, you will have to locate the graphic which you want to place on your label. Once you have found it, then you require double clicking on it to put it on your label.

Step #4: You might need to resize the graphic. You can easily do so, by selecting and dragging the graphic from the corner. Pulling from corner helps a lot as it maintains the height to width ratio.

Step #5: You can also do the alignment of the graphic. You can consider using the Position tab for this.
Once you are done with all these, then as the final step all that you need is to click on “OK” button.

Step #6: In case, if you want to add a graphic to each label, you will have to copy the label and paste it where you want. This will do the needful for you.

So, this was all about how to make labels in Word? We hope that this article must have helped you in your quest of how to make labels on Word?

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