One of the most common mistakes people make is creating labels directly in a
label format in Word. Instead, you should set up a data source, either in a Word
table, an Excel workbook, or an Access database. Once you have your data in this
format, you can use the data for other purposes, and to create member
directories, and other formats besides just labels. Be smart and create
your database first. Then do a mail merge to create the labels.
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