Print one label on a partially used sheet

  1. Go to Mailings > Labels.

  2. Select the label type and size in Options.

    If you don’t see your product number, select New Label and configure a custom label.

  3. Type the information you want in the label.

    To use an address from your address book, select Insert Address Use the Insert address button to pick an address from your contacts list .

  4. To change the formatting, select the text, right-click, and make changes with Font or Paragraph.

  5. Select Single label, and set the Row and Column where you want the label.

  6. Load the partially used sheet into your printer

  7. Select Print.

  1. Go to Mailings > Labels.

  2. In the Address box, type the text that you want.

    To use an address from your address book, select Insert Address Button image .

  3. To change the formatting, select and right-click the text, then use the Font or Paragraph options on the shortcut menu.

  4. Select the label type and size in Options.

    If you don’t see your product number, select New Label and configure a custom label.

  5. Select OK.

  6. Select Single label, and set the Row and Column where you want the label.

  7. Select Print.

  1. Go to Mailings > Labels.

  2. Select the label type and size in Options.

    If you don’t see your product number, select New Label and configure a custom label.

  3. Type the information you want in the label.

    To use an address from your address book, select Insert Address Picture of Insert Address button .

  4. To change the formatting, select the text and then select Font to make changes.

  5. Select Single label, and set the Row and Column where you want the label.

  6. Load the partially used sheet into your printer

  7. Select Print.

Word for the web doesn't support directly creating labels. However you can create labels from a template. For label templates, select More templates when you create a new document in Word for the web.

You can also go to templates.office.com, and search for label.

  1. Select a label template and open in Word for the web. 

  2. For a sheet of identical labels, fill out one label, and then copy/paste for the rest.

See also

To create a page of different labels, see Create a sheet of nametags or address labels

To create a page of labels with graphics, see Add graphics to labels

To create a page of the same labels, see Create and print labels

To create labels with a mailing list, see Print labels for your mailing list

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