If you've been using Avery's step-by-step wizard to format and print Avery labels, business cards, and more in earlier versions of Word, here's a heads-up that Avery is planning to retire the add-in.
You can still use Word to create your Avery items: from Word templates, label options, or templates you download from the Avery website.
To find a variety of Avery-compatible templates in Word, go to the File tab in Word, choose New, and type Avery in the Search box. You'll see templates for Avery-compatible return address labels, CD labels, gift tags, name badges, and more.
To format Avery-compatible labels, go to the Mailings tab, and choose Labels. Click Options, and in the Label vendors box, choose Avery US Letter (or Avery A4/A5 for A4/A5-size paper). Then, choose from the list of products.
For details about making labels in Word, see Create and print labels.
On the Avery website, find the template you want at avery.com/templates, and use Word to download it.