Making A Full Page of the Same Label

By | Sep 22, 2008

So, you have a mailing to process, and you want to make a full page of the return address label.  Don’t worry, you don’t have to type out each label individually.  Making a full page of the same label is very easy in Microsoft Word.

First, click on Tools: Letters and Mailings: Envelopes & Labels:

Next, click on the Labels tab, enter your return address information, make sure your choose “Full Page of Same Label” under “Print”, and then click on “New Document” on the right.

Word will then open a new document with a full page of labels with the same address.  You can now format the labels however you wish and print them out.

Note:  MS Word will default to the Avery 2160 Mini-Address label. If you want to use any other label, then click “Options” before you choose “New Address” and select the template for the labels you wish to use.

You can also use this procedure to make a template for typing in other labels, such as file folder labels.  Just leave the address portion of the dialog box blank.  When you choose “New Document”, you’ll get a page of blank labels, which you can then fill in and print.

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