Although you can use data from Access with other programs that create labels, such as Microsoft Office Word, you can also create labels right from Access.
Access uses the latest data from your tables and queries, and then formats it to be printed as labels on your printer.
If you are using standard size labels, the easiest way to create labels is to use the Label Wizard. It steps you through choosing the type of label, and then helps you specify where the names and addresses go.
You can even use the wizard to create custom-size labels, or you can modify labels in the same way as you would work with a report. Labels, in fact, are a type of report. But you don't need to have experience with reports to use the Label Wizard.