Create custom mailing labels USING MICROSOFT WORD:
If the type of label you want to use is not listed in the Product number box (Label Options dialog box), you may be able to use one of the listed labels, or you can create your own custom labels.
1. On the Tools menu, point to Letters and Mailings, and then click Envelopes and Labels.
2. Click the Labels tab.
3. Click Options.
4. In the Product number box, click a label type similar in size to your labels.
5. Click Details, and then compare the label dimensions and the number of labels per sheet (for labels printed on laser and ink jet printers) or the number of columns on the label form (for labels printed on dot-matrix printers).
6. Do one of the following:
o If the dimensions and label layout match those of your labels, use the selected label.
o If the dimensions and layout do not match yours, click Cancel, and continue on to step 7.
7. In the Label Options dialog box, check the printer type, and then click New Label.
8. Add graphics You can add graphics to labels as you would to any document. Just be sure to place them where they won't obstruct the address or otherwise interfere with the mail processing. Go to insert, Picture and selct location of Picture.
Then type a name in the Label name box, fill in the information for your custom label, and then click OK.
The new label appears in the Product number box as Label name - Custom. The label is also placed in the Other/Custom category, so the next time you use these labels, be sure to select Other/Custom in the Label products box.
Note Measure the labels carefully. The actual label size might be smaller than the size indicated by the label manufacturer. For example, a 1-by-2-inch label might actually be 15/16-inch high and 1-15/16-inches wide
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