How to Print Different Labels on One Sheet
By Resonna Shaw
Updated August 27, 2019
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.
Open Microsoft Word. Click “Mailings” at the top of the menu.
Under the “Create” ribbon menu, select “Labels.” When the pop-up box appears, select “Full Page of the Same Label.”
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.
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.
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.
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.