How to Make a Custom Sized Label On Microsoft Word 2007
When making labels on Microsoft Word
2007 there are an impressive array of label manufacturer templates to choose
from. These templates will allow you to fit the text you choose perfectly
onto your label sheet.
But what if you have a label sheet without a Template? Say it is made by company Blah, Blah, Blah and Blah, Blah, Blah is not an option on Word 2007? You'll need to make a custom label with that fits the size of your label sheet.
This article will teach you how to make a custom sized label on Microsoft Word 2007
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Open Word on your PC.
Select "Mailings" at the top
of your computer screen.
Then choose the "Labels" button / Icon. This is located upper left region of your screen
Click the "Options" button on the window that appear.
In window that appears you'll notice
a box next to "Label Vendors". Clicking the drop down arrow
Then what I do is click anywhere in the section titled "Label Information". This won't look like an area you would click in but you can.
A screen will appear with a lot of dimensions. Measure your label sheet to determine the proper dimensions. Plug in these dimensions. Also remember to include the number of labels running across the page (i.e. "Number Across") and he number of labels running down the sheet (i.e. "Number Down")
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Hit the OK button, then hit the OK button on the next window. You'll be back at the "Envelopes and Labels" window.
Click the "New Document" Button.
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Your customized label sheet will appear
on your computer screen. This is an opportunity to proofread and
be sure your custom label sheet matches the actual physical sheet you are
going to print on.
If it doesn't look right , navigate back to step 7 and adjust your dimensions, amount of labels, or whatever does not look correct.
Enter your label text/information and print out.
That's it! I'm sure there are other ways to do this. This is the way that works when I do it. Thanks for reading!