How to Format an Avery Template Built-in to Microsoft Word
How to Format an Avery Template Built-in to Microsoft Word







Enter your information on the label sample in the Envelopes and Labels window. Choose to either print a full sheet of the same label, or a single label and its location on the label sheet. Click the New Document button. Your label will appear in the Microsoft® Word document.



Highlight the text you entered and use the tools in Microsoft® Word to format the text.



Click the Insert tab in the Ribbon Toolbar to insert your own image, clip art, shapes and more.



Select the image in the template and click the Page Layout tab in the Ribbon Toolbar. Then click Text Wrapping and select In Front of Text in the drop-down list.



How to create a sheet of all the same labels:

Using Blank Templates:

1. Insert your information on the 1st label.

2. Highlight all the content in the first label, right-click and select Copy.

3. Position the cursor in the next label, right-click and select Paste.

4. Continue with step 3 until all labels are filled with your information.

Using Pre-Designed Templates:

1. Use the Microsoft® Word Find and Replace formatting tool to replace all the pre-designed template text in each label with your own information.

How to add a page to your label sheet:

1. Position the cursor on the outside of the last label on the bottom right of the page and press the Enter key.

How to design the back side of a two-sided Avery product:

1. To design the back side of a two-sided Avery product, you will need to open the same template and save it as a separate project.

When you are finished formatting your template, click the Save As icon on the toolbar to name and save your project on your computer.

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1.0

A Very Bad Experience

By Dagny

from Philadelphia

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    Cons

    • Poor Quality
    • Unprofessional

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      This review is from How to Format an Avery Template Built-in to Microsoft Word:

      I have thirty years of near-daily computer use behind me and two certifications in programming, and I can't get any of this software to work--not online, not with the downloadable software, and not in Word. Nothing works and there are no Help files. What a waste of time and energy!

      (34 of 36 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Label headaches

      By Bee

      from MO

      This review is from How to Format an Avery Template Built-in to Microsoft Word:

      I just wasted time, ink and paper trying to figure out the labels. I used Avery 5160 but when I tried to print labels in MSWord, the labels are all misconstrued. Why can't you companies work together??? I had to spend time figuring out what a vertical pitch and a horizontal pitch is and the diagram, after I finally got it to look as close to the Avery label, didn't even print right. I was lucky to be able to use one label. This is again, companies that don't work together and do NOT make life easy for consumers. It's despicable how something so minor can take so much time. FIX IT!

      (14 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      TOO DIFFICULT TO DO A SIMPLE MERGE

      By WENDY

      from ILLINOIS

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      • High Quality

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      • Make It Easier Not More C
      • No Follow-Up
      • Poor Communication

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        This review is from How to Format an Avery Template Built-in to Microsoft Word:

        AFTER FINALLY FINDING THE INFORMATION I WANTED, I HAD TO WORK OUT HOW TO GET A BLANK SHEET AND FIGURE OUT HOW TO ADD THE INFORMATION (DOUBLE TAB FOR 2ND AND 3RD LABELS). WHY CAN'T THE OLD MERGE FUNCTION STILL WORK? WHY MAKE THINGS MORE DIFFICULT IN ORDER TO SIMPLY MERGE INFORMATION?

        THE OLD SAYING THAT THE MORE KEYSTROKES FOR THE SIMPLEST FUNCTIONS MAKES THE TECHNICIANS HAPPIER SEEMS TO APPLY.

        (36 of 36 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        Well, sort of....

        By Enthouse

        from St. Paul, MN

        This review is from How to Format an Avery Template Built-in to Microsoft Word:

        The instructions say to put text in the Address box, then select whether you want a full page of the label or a single label, and finally click "New Document". On my Word 2013, if I select "single label" the New Document button is grayed out. I can only select New Document if Full Page is chosen. My solution was to leave the address area blank, select Full Page, then click New Document. I then had a full page of empty labels that I could fill however and wherever I wanted.

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