How to Save Label Templates on Microsoft Office Word

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How to Save Label Templates on Microsoft Office Word
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Microsoft Office Word includes label designs with existing dimensions, making it easier to create and customise labels. If you can't locate a label size, simply create one. Word gives you two options: create a new label in the Label Options dialogue box or create a sheet of labels and save it as a document template. Creating a sheet of labels allows you to customise it with your own image and text.

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    Select the "Mailings" tab in the ribbon.

  2. 2

    Click "Labels" from the "Create" group.

  3. 3

    Click "Options" at the bottom of the "Envelopes and Labels" dialogue box, under the "Labels" tab.

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    Click "New Label" at the bottom of the "Label Options" dialogue box to create a label template.

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    Enter a template name in the "Label name" text box.

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    Insert the label dimensions for the label you want to create. Click "OK" to save the label template.

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    Select your printer and label options. The label is saved under "Other/Custom" by default for the "Label vendors. To place the label elsewhere, select a different vendor from "Label vendors." Click "OK."

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    Go to the label design you created in Word 2007.

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    Click the Office Button and select "Save" and "Word Template."

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    Choose "Trusted Templates" from the left pane in the "Save As" dialogue box.

  4. 4

    Type in a file name for the label template and click "Save."

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