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Working with Envelopes and Labels in MS Word

  • Last Updated : 06 Jun, 2021

MS Word provides a feature to add an Envelope directly into the Word Document, and it is ready to get printed with a click. It also provides the Label feature, in which we can provide the address/information we want to get on the label, select its quantity, and good to go for printing on a click. Detailed use and steps with examples of Envelopes and Labels are as follows: 

Envelopes

Envelopes are used traditionally everywhere. It is a simple mode of communication between the sender and the receiver for e.g., Invitations, Congratulatory messages, etc. 

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We can get an envelope inserted into our Word Document directly following the steps:



Step 1: Go to the Mailings bar and select the Envelopes bar under the Create bar.

Step 2: A dialog box will appear.

Step 3: Provide the details such as the Delivery address, Return address, etc., and then click on the Add to Document button below.

Step 4: An Envelope will get inserted into the MS Word document.



Labels

Labels refer to the information or Address (in particular) we want to get displayed on products, banners, etc. We can also set the quantity of the labels we want and can print them instantly. 

Follow the steps to get labels in MS Word:

Step 1: Go to the Mailings bar and select the Labels option under the Create bar.

Step 2: A dialog box will appear.

Step 3: Provide the details of the Address and select the options button below.

Labels dialog box

Step 4: Another dialog box will appear then Provide the Label information such as Label vendors, and the Product number, and then press the OK button.

Label Options dialog box

Step 5: Labels will get inserted into the MS Word document.

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