How to Create Stamps in Word

Contents
  1. And print them too
  2. How to print the same label or the same page with identical labels
  3. Create a page with different labels
  4. Custom Labels
  5. mail merge

And print them too

Microsoft Word isn’t just for documents, resumes, or letters. It is also a powerful and versatile application for most of your mailing and tagging needs. There are several ways to create labels in Word so that you can find the method that is perfect for your requirements.

How to print the same label or the same page with identical labels

With Word, you can create a sheet filled with address markers in just minutes. Even if you only need to send one envelope, Word can create a single, professional-looking mailing label.

These steps work for Word 2016, Word 2013, Word 2010, Word for Office 365, Word 2016 for Mac, Word for Mac 2011, and Word for Office 365 for Mac.

  1. Go to the tab mail

  2. Select labels in the “Create” section. The Envelopes and Labels dialog box opens with the Labels tab selected.

  3. Select parameters: to open shortcut options.

  4. Select a label brand from the list label sellers or Label products and then select the product number that corresponds to the labels you want to print on.

  5. Select Okay

  6. Enter the desired address on a single label or on all labels on the page.

  7. Adjust the address format if you want. Select text; in Windows, right click; on a Mac, hold the Control key. Select Font style or Section to access formatting options.

  8. Select Okay after you have made changes.

  9. Select Full page with the same tag in the Print section to print a page with the same address marks.

  10. Select Separate label in the “Print” section if you want to print only one label. Select the row and column that correspond to where you want the address printed on the label sheet.

  11. Make sure your label sheet is waiting in the printer and select seal

The Single Label option is useful if you have a partially used sheet of printer labels.

Create a page with different labels

To create a list of labels with different addresses or other information in Word, you can create a document in which you enter information for each label.

These steps work for Word 2016, Word 2013, Word 2010, Word for Office 365, Word 2016 for Mac, Word for Mac 2011, and Word for Office 365 for Mac.

  1. Go to the tab mail

  2. Select labels in the “Create” section. The Envelopes and Labels dialog box opens with the Labels tab selected.

  3. Select parameters: to open shortcut options.

  4. Select a label brand from the list label sellers or Label products and then select the product number that corresponds to the labels you want to print on.

  5. Select Okay

  6. Select new document † Word creates a new document that displays a page of blank labels that match the stamp size and label size you selected.

  7. Go to the tab Layout in the “Table Tools” section and select View gridlines if no label outlines are displayed.

  8. Enter the desired information in each label

  9. Go to the tab File select seal than Press on the button seal when you are ready to print the labels.

Custom Labels

If you need to print labels that do not match the label brand and product sizes listed in the Label Options dialog box, you can create your own labels that match your specifications.

Before you begin, make sure you have accurate measurements for the labels you need, including the height and width of each label, paper size, number of labels horizontally and crosswise, and margins.

These steps work for Word 2016, Word 2013, Word 2010, Word for Office 365, Word 2016 for Mac, Word for Mac 2011, and Word for Office 365 for Mac.

  1. Go to the tab mail

  2. Select labels in the “Create” section. The Envelopes and Labels dialog box opens with the Labels tab selected.

  3. Select parameters: to open shortcut options.

  4. Select New label † The Label Details dialog box opens.

  5. Enter a name for the labels.

  6. Change all dimensions to match the exact label sizes you need. A sample label appears in the preview window.

  7. Click Okay to create your own labels, which you can then use to create labels in Word.

mail merge

If you have a mailing list saved in Excel, you can use it to create shortcuts without having to do the work twice. Creating shortcuts in Excel can be quite simple.

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