Create and print a single mailing label

Do any of the following:

Create and print a single mailing label

  1. On the View menu, click Print Layout.

    Note: You can't print a mailing label in notebook layout view or publishing layout view.

  2. On the Tools menu, click Labels.

  3. In the Address box, type or edit the mailing address.

  4. Under Label, click Options.

  5. On the Label products pop-up menu, click the manufacturer of your labels.

  6. Under Product number, click the type of label that you have, and then click OK.

  7. Under Number of Labels, click Single label.

  8. In the Row and Column boxes, select the numbers that correspond to the label on your label sheet that you want to print.

  9. Insert a label or label sheet into your printer.

  10. In the Labels dialog box, click Print.

  11. Select your options, and then click Print.

Add a graphic to a mailing label

  1. On the View menu, click Print Layout.

    Note: You can't print a mailing label in notebook layout view or publishing layout view.

  2. On the Tools menu, click Labels.

  3. Select any options that you want, such as the number of labels, label type, and printing options, and then click OK.

  4. In the label document, click where you want to put the graphic.

  5. On the Home tab. under Insert, click Picture, and then click Picture from File or Clip Art Gallery.

    Word Home tab, Insert group

  6. Locate the graphic, and then double-click it.

  7. To resize the graphic, select it, and then drag a corner sizing handle to the size that you want.

    To maintain the height-to-width ratio, hold down SHIFT while dragging a corner handle.

    If the graphic does not align with the label text

    1. Select the graphic.

    2. On the Format menu, click Picture.

    3. Click Layout.

    4. Under Wrapping style, click Square.

    5. Under Horizontal alignment, click the alignment that you want — Left, Center, or Right — and then click OK.

    Tip: To use the same graphic for each label, you can adjust the size and placement in the first label, and then copy the picture and paste it into your other labels.

See also

Create and print a single envelope

Create mailing labels by using Mail Merge

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