How to Create Free Printable Address Books

by Janel Lucas ; Updated September 26, 2017
Easily create a printable address book using a convenient, free program.

Searching for a simple and inexpensive way to create an address book? A do-it-yourself printable address book is an easy way to get numbers, addresses and other important contact information all in one place. With just a few simple steps, your free address book can be downloaded to your computer and printed directly from your printer. Create a free personal address book to keep up with your contacts in an organized and convenient way.

Items you will need

  • Hole puncher
  • Three-ring binder or folder

Download as a Word Document

Step 1

Visit the SampleWords.com Free Printable Address Book webpage.

Step 2

Click on “Download Address Book-Word” to save as a Word document and click “Save” once the pop-up appears. Save the address book under a specific document name of your choice. Open Word and open the address book document.

Step 3

Move your mouse to the area you wish to enter specific contact information. Right-click once and type the information in the designated areas until all information is entered. Print your address book.

Step 4

Make holes in each sheet with a hole puncher. Individually enter the sheets into a three-ring binder or folder to ensure your address book has a durable cover for safe keeping.

Download as a PDF File

Step 1

Visit the SampleWords.com Free Printable Address Book webpage.

Step 2

Select “Download Address Book-PDF” to open your address book as a PDF file. Once the new page loads, the address book pages will be displayed on the screen.

Step 3

Click on the disk icon at the top left-hand corner of the screen to save the document to your computer. Go to your computer’s documents and open the address book.

Step 4

Select “File” at the top left-hand corner of the screen and select “Save as Text.” Once the pop-up appears, enter the name that you want to save the text document as and hit “Save.” Return to your computer’s documents and open the text version of your address book.

Step 5

Enter contact information. Move the mouse to the selected area on the page, right-click and type in contact information. Print the document.

Step 6

Make holes in each sheet with a hole puncher. Individually enter the sheets into a three-ring binder or folder to ensure your address book has a durable cover for safe keeping.

Tips

  • Alternatively, print the basic sheets and write in the contact information by hand.

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About the Author

Janel Lucas has been writing since 2007, specializing in fashion and beauty topics. Her work has appeared on multiple online magazines and websites, including the World News Network and DavidEikon.com. Lucas holds an Associate of Arts in journalism and mass communications. She is pursuing her Bachelor of Arts in communication from Notre Dame College.

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