In Word 2013, you can create and print mailing address labels. Actually, you can create labels for any purpose! When you find the label you want, check to see if there's a template for it in Word. Templates can save a lot of time because all the setup is done for you.
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- Create and print labels (Video). (You are here!) In Word 2013, you can create many different kinds of labels that work with almost any type of printer. When you find the label you want, check to see if there's a template for it in Word. Templates can save a lot of time because all the setup is done for you.
- Video: Print labels for mass mailing. If you wanted to create a bunch of recipient address labels, you could type them all manually in an empty label document. But there's a much better way, and it's called mail merge. Watch this video to learn more.
- Video: Format and add a graphic. After you initially set up your labels, you can make changes and add finishing touches before you go to print.
- Video: More options and custom labels. Address labels are the most popular kind of label, but you can also find special printer paper for making things like business cards, and much more.
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