Print Address Labels From Microsoft Excel
I've seen this asked a bunch of times. It seems so simple to me, but I'm sure
there was a time when it was not; I just can't remember it.
Suppose you have a list of addresses, with columns such as Name, Address,
City, State, and Zip, and you want to create labels or you want to send a letter
to all of the people on the list.
Use Word's mail merge feature.
Click here to find
out how to create labels.
Click here to
find out how to create letters. If you have difficulty with your zip codes or
other numbers not coming through properly,
click here to
learn how to fix it.
Note: To actually print address labels from Excel without
using Word requires a macro.
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