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Import information from a spreedsheet

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I have an MO excel spreedsheet with names and addresses on them. I need to print labels for all of them.

PLS help.

Thanks
Chris

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Use the "print from a database" function that the software for the DYMO has. It will allow you to import a database (in this cae your excel spreadsheet) and "map" it to the fields on an address label, like first name, address etc.

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