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Creating mailing labels and business cards
Creating mailing labels and business cards
Printed labels are useful for such things as mailing packages,
creating personalized book plates, and labeling the wires
plugged into the back of your computer. Stationers sell label
paper in hundreds of sizes, colors, and shapes.
2013 uses the same feature to create both labels and business
cards—the only difference is your selection of the format to use.
If you don’t want to create your own design, you can download
label templates from and other online sources. For
information about downloading templates, see “Get templates
from” on page 159.
You can print business cards on perforated card paper, which
is available from the same sources that sell label sheets. Word
Print one label or a full page of labels
1 If you’re creating a mailing label for a letter that contains the
recipient’s address, open the letter document. Otherwise, open any
document (such as the default blank document).
2 On the Mailings tab, in the Create group, click Labels.
3 In the Envelopes And Labels dialog box, if the Address box is empty,
or if the text is incomplete or incorrect, add or edit the text as
4 If the product name and number shown in the Label section of the
dialog box match the label paper in the printer, skip to step 9. Oth-
erwise, at the bottom of the dialog box, click the Options button
and continue at step 5.
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