Demo: Use the Mail Merge feature to create mass mailings


Keywords    mailing labels; shipping labels


You can use mail merge when you want to create a set of address labels. The following demos show how to use the Mail Merge feature in Microsoft Office Word 2007 to create labels for use in mass mailings.

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Create labels

In this demo, you will learn how to set up labels for mass mailings using the Mail Merge feature in Word 2007. You will also learn some troubleshooting tips.

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Select the data source for the labels and edit the recipient list

In this demo, you will learn how to select recipients to be part of the mass mailings by using a Microsoft Office Excel 2007 worksheet as the data source. You will also learn how to refine the recipient list by using filtering or sorting.

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Design the layout of the label

In this demo, you will learn how to create the layout of the label, including how to add and position your company logo and placement of the text from your data source. After you create the layout on one label, you can copy it to the rest.

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Preview and print the labels

In this demo, you will learn how to preview, adjust text and logos, and print the labels. You will also learn how to find a specific recipient by using the Find Recipient feature. You can use other features in Word 2007 to adjust the font size and color to better match the size and style of the label you chose.

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Applies to:
Word 2007