Go Online to Turn Your Address List into Labels

Got a large stack of envelopes that need address labels? Lighten your workload with Avery Design & Print Online. Our free online software makes it easy to turn your mailing list into professional-looking, customized address labels right from your desktop. Print on Avery Easy Peel® Address Labels with the Pop-up Edge™ for fast and easy peeling, and you’ll have your mailings done in no time!

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Step 1: Get started

Instructions: - Go to Avery Design & Print Online.
- Select Create by Product.
- After you’ve selected your Avery product and the design you'd like to customize, choose the Mail Merge editing option and click Next.

Step 2: Get your address list to merge

Instructions: - Browse to find the Microsoft® Excel® spreadsheet or other database file containing your addresses.
- If you don't have a spreadsheet with all of your names and addresses, you can start with our pre-formatted files for Microsoft® Excel or other database programs.
- Click Next to open your address file.

Step 3: Review and organize your information

Instructions: - Check the box to use the first row of your spreadsheet as column headings.
- Select the rows of addresses to be included in the mail merge. If the row has a checkmark, it’ll be included. To remove a row from the mail merge, click to uncheck that row.
- Below your address list you can view the number of rows included in the mail merge and the number of product sheets required for printing.
- When you’re ready to continue, click Next.

Step 4: Arrange the information on your labels

Instructions: - Start inserting your data by clicking the Mail Merge button on the left.
- Insert the merge fields from the box on the left to replace the sample text in the view area. You can double click the fields listed on the left or click the Insert Field button.
- To add a new line for your fields, click the Add New Line button.
- You can also edit your layout and delete fields by using your mouse and keyboard.
- When you’re finished arranging your information and ready to customize your text or graphics using the tools on the left, click Format Text.
- When you're satisfied with the look of your label, click Next.

Step 5: Preview your labels

Instructions: - If you are satisfied with the preview and ready to print your labels, click Next.
- If you want to make changes, click Previous and you’ll return to the editing screen.
- To make your labels print in columns from top to bottom to use the Easy Peel feature, select Fill Down before clicking Next.

Step 6: Print and save your labels

Instructions: - To print, click Print Your Project and print on Avery Easy Peel® Address Labels.
- To save, click Save Your Project and the file will be saved on your computer for future use.


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So easy to use. Great insturctions. Very user friendly.

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Excellent site. I'm on an iMac, and I didn't have any trouble making the labels that I wanted on it. No gliches of any kind. Thanks, Avery.

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By tercel

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This article suggests that mailing labels are the proper means of "How to Tackle Monster Mailings. I contend this is an overly burdensome and inefficient means to the end.

The first three steps of the article, getting started, creating a database and organizing your data, are required steps for any computer-generated mailing. However, beyond this point the article goes astray.

For large mailings, it is much less burden and more efficient to print directly to envelops or post cards. Manually pealing and sticking large numbers of labels for a monster mailing is clearly misguided.


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I found this walk through of how to use the Avery Mail Merge feature, very helpful, especially with the screenprints to view for clarification.

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