How to Print Different Labels on One Sheet

by Resonna Shaw; Updated September 26, 2017
Print different address labels on one sheet of paper.

Sending out mass mailings can be a daunting task, but being able to print different address labels on one sheet makes the task much easier. Microsoft Word 2007 offers a variety of mailing label templates that allow you to type and print different addresses on a single sheet of labels. Your local office supply store sells a variety of address labels.

Step 1

Open Microsoft Word. Click “Mailings” at the top of the menu.

Step 2

Under the “Create” ribbon menu, select “Labels.” When the pop-up box appears, select “Full Page of the Same Label.”

Step 3

Click “Options,” choose the appropriate label size and click “OK.” Click “New Document,” and a new Word document will appear with the address label template.

Step 4

Click in one of the boxes and type the receiver’s address information. Continue adding new addresses to each box until you reach the bottom of the page.

Step 5

Load your printer with the address labels. Click “File” and select “Print.” Your printer will print different address labels on a single sheet of labels.

About the Author

Resonna Shaw has been a writer since 2008, for personal enjoyment and for various websites. Shaw holds a bachelor's degree in human resources from DeVry University and is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration at Keller University.

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