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Create and print labels

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Create and print a page of the same label

  1. Find Mailings > Labels.
  1. In the Address box, write your preferred text. To import an address from your contacts list, click Insert Address Button image .
  1. To update the formatting, pick the text, right-click, and enforce edits with Home > Font or Paragraph.
  1. In the Label Options dialogue box, confirm your selections, and then press OK. If your product number is not visible, click New Label and configure a custom label.
  1. Choose OK.
  1. Click Full page of the same label.
  1. Press Print, or New Document to alter, save and print later.

Tip: Print your labels to a sheet of paper before loading labels into the printer to make sure the text aligns with the labels.

See also

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

To make a page of labels with graphics, see Add graphics to labels.

To print one label on a partially used sheet, see Print one label on a partially used sheet.

To produce labels with a mailing list, see Print labels for your mailing list.

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