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Addressing and Printing Envelopes and Mailing Labels
Addressing and Printing Envelopes
and Mailing Labels
BTWs
For a complete list of
the BTWs found in the
margins of this topic,
visit the Word 2010 BTW
Web page (scsite.com/
wd2010/btw).
With Word, you can print address information on an envelope or on a mailing label.
Computer-printed addresses look more professional than handwritten ones.
To Address and Print an Envelope
The following steps address and print an envelope. If you are in a lab environment, check with your instructor
before performing these steps.
1
letter to
display
the inside
address in the
document window.
Scroll through the
inside address
selected
Drag through the
inside address to
select it (Figure 3– 77).
Figure 3– 77
Create Envelopes
button
2
Mailings tab
Display the Mailings
tab.
Envelopes and
Labels dialog box
Envelopes button
(Mailings tab | Create
group) to display the
Envelopes and Labels
dialog box.
Click the Create
Labels tab
Envelopes tab
Create Labels
button
delivery address
copied from
selected text
Create group
Return address
area
Feed area
If necessary, click
the Envelopes tab
(Envelopes and
Labels dialog box)
(Figure 3–78).
Options button
3
Insert an envelope in
your printer, as shown
in the Feed area of
the dialog box (your
Feed area may be
different depending on your printer).
Add to Document
button
Print button
Figure 3– 78
Click the Print button (Envelopes and Labels dialog box) to print the envelope.
Envelopes and Labels
Instead of printing the envelope immediately, you can add it to the document by
clicking the Add to Document button (Envelopes and Labels dialog box). To specify a
different envelope or label type (identii ed by a number on the box of envelopes or labels),
click the Options button (Envelopes and Labels dialog box).
 
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