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I need to print address labels using the customer list from qiuck book and the dymo 300 label maker

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Hi there, maybe I can help
In my older version of QB I can extract this info in: File/ Mail merge/ and select Customers/ Venders etc. in a sroll down box.
This exports to a .TXT file which then can be used with your Word processing program of your label maker.
Let me know if this helped

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How to print labels on a officejet 5610


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Oct 07, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Using Gmail as your Universal Inbox


Nowadays most people have more than one email account. If one of yours is a Gmail account, you can use it as your primary inbox to check all your POP3 accounts in your Gmail browser window. But do remember that you can check only other POP3 accounts only. You won’t be able to check Yahoo mail, Windows Live Hotmail, or other such web mail accounts. Also, not all POP3 servers work with Gmail.
Here is what you need to do. Open your Gmail account and click Settings-Accounts. In the ‘Get mail from other accounts‘ section, click Add another mail account. Enter the email address of the account you want to add, and click Next Step.
Enter your username, password and POP3 server. If you want to continue to access the account through a mail client or through the ISP’s own Web interface, in addition to picking up and sending mail in your Gmail account, check Leave a copy of retrieved message on the server. This allows you to read the mail in Gmail, but the mail will remain on the ISP’s server so that you can download it with your standard mail program or read it through the account’s own Web interface. On the other hand, if you plan on accessing the mail for the address only through your Gmail account, you can leave the box unchecked.
Next, check Always use a secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail to keep mail snoops at bay. In some instances a POP3 account may not work with an SSL connection: if that is the case, you will have to leave this box unchecked.
If you want all of your incoming messages from the account to carry a label, such as the name of the account, select Label incoming messages. In Gmail, a label works much as a folder does. You can view all mail that carries the same label by clicking the label. Gmail automatically creates a label for the address of the new account. You can select a different label or create a new one by choosing the appropriate entry from the drop-down list. Another option is to have messages bypass your inbox and go straight to your Gmail archive. This would be a good choice if you want to use Gmail primarily for searching through mail. When you’ve made all your selections, click Add Account.
You can compose mail in Gmail and have it appear to the recipient as if it were from the account you just added. When a message appears asking whether you want to create a custom From address, click Yes and follow the instructions.
Gmail will check your account, and any mail sent to either address will appear in your Gmail inbox. To stop Gmail from checking the mail, click Settings-Accounts and choose delete next to the account.

on Mar 20, 2008 | HP Pavilion a1410n (ER890AA) PC Desktop

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I am having problems with a mail merge for tent card 5302 - can someone tell me how to merge an exisiting excel document into word?


In Word 2003:
Open the Tools Menu >> Letters and Mailings >> Mail Merge.
Select Labels and click Next
Click on Label Options and select your tent card and click OK and then Next
Select Use Existing List and click Browse to find your Excel document. Click Next.
Add in the fields you want on your cards to the first and then click Update All Labels.
Finish Mail Merge Wizard.
-- Word 2003 doesn't come with the 5302 label template. You'll need to download that from http://support.microsoft.com

In Word 2007
Select Mailings from the menu list at the top,
Click on Start Mail Merge and select Labels
Select Label vendor Avery US Letter
Select your product number 5302 and click OK
Click on Select Recipients from the top and select Use Existing List to browse to your Excel document
Using the buttons on the top for Address Block/Greeting/etc add in the fields you want to the first label.
Click on Update Labels
Click on Finish and Merge

Apr 28, 2009 | PC Desktops

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I can't figure out how to format address labels in Word 2007.


Hi,
You mean labels for like a mail-merge? (printing lots of addresses for envelopes etc?).
  1. Click the 5th menu from the left called Mailings.
  2. Then click the Labels Option
Everything you need should be on the TAB under Mailings.
Please let me know if that was what you were looking for?
Thanks,
Kaj

Dec 17, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I am looking for a replacement Dymo power lead - can you help ?


Sorry, not sure what exactly a Dymo power lead is for a computer, but if its for a label printer then the best I can find is to order online:

http://shopping.yahoo.com/s:Power%20Adapters:4168-Brand=DYMO

Dec 09, 2008 | PC Desktops

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How do I Print Address Mailing Labels from Avery 300-Easy Peel White Mailing Labels, on Windows XP,CP?


You'll need the actual Avery code for this, or at least the correct measurements.
Open up Microsoft Word. Go to 'Tools' and find 'Letters and Mailings' in the list. Then off of that is 'Envelopes and Labels'. Click on that one and a box will pop up. If you click on 'Options'. From here you can find the correct label settings by the code which will be on the Avery pack. If you haven't got the code, you can scroll through the lists and highlight options to see the measurements but this will take you a while.
Once you chosen your labels, click on ok. Now you can enter your address in the box and print a whole page of the same address or click on 'New Document' and that will give you a page set out correctly for that label sheet.

Nov 19, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I have Printmaster 10 and 17. On 10, I can print to the edges of the labels and others things, on 17 I can't. I know that I reconfigured 10 to do this, but it was years ago and I can't remember the step...


Custom Paper Wizard PrintMaster® 17 Gold and Platinum include a Custom Paper Wizard that allows you to add new or unsupported paper stock to PrintMaster® for printing labels, stickers, envelopes, half-fold greeting cards, note cards, business cards and postcards. The remainder of this note describes how to use the Custom Paper Wizard. Follow the procedure below to add a new or unsupported paper stock to PrintMaster® 17 Gold or Platinum using the Custom Paper Wizard.

NOTE: The options that appear in the Custom Paper Wizard vary depending on the project type for which you are creating new paper stock.
  1. In the PrintMaster® Design Workspace, click Tools from the menu bar, select Custom Paper Wizard and click New Custom Paper. The Custom Paper Wizard window will open.
  2. In the Select Stock Type: list box, select the appropriate project type (Label, Sticker, Business Card, Envelope, 1/2-Fold Greeting Card, Note Card or Postcard) and click Next.
  3. If creating a Label or Sticker paper stock, select the label type. An example of the selected label type will appear on the right.
  4. Click Next.
  5. In the screen that appears, select the similar stock type and enter the paper height, width and margins (if instructed to do so).

    NOTE: The Example box at the bottom of the Custom Paper Wizard window will explain what information is needed for the selected field (e.g., Paper Width, Left Margin, etc.) with both text and a diagram. The Example box on the left side of the Custom Paper Wizard window will show an example of the new paper stock as the fields are completed.

  6. Depending on the paper stock, the "Contains mid-page perforation" box may be active. If the paper stock that is added has a mid-page perforation, click once in the empty box to check it.
  7. Enter a Name for the new paper stock in the Name of stock: field and click Next. This name will identify the added stock type and will appear when creating a new project (e.g., Label, 1/2-Fold Greeting Card, etc.).

    NOTE: If adding a new paper stock for an Envelope project type, click Finish. A message will appear indicating that the new stock has been added. Click OK. The new envelope paper stock can be used when creating a new Envelope project.

  8. The next screen or screens that show will depend on the project type for which the new paper stock is added. Enter the needed information and click Finish. A message will appear stating that the new paper stock has been added.
  9. Click OK.
  10. To access the new paper stock, create a new project that uses the stock type (Label, 1/2-Fold Greeting Card, etc.) and select the name of the new stock entered in Step 7 (above) from the available stock list.
NOTE: If the paper stock that is added does not display in the list, click or go to Custom Paper Stock Does Not Display (Technical Note ID: 43399) for additional information.

Using the Custom Paper Wizard Tutorial

Consult the "Using the Custom Paper Wizard" tutorial in the Help Center of PrintMaster® 17 for additional information. The tutorial can be accessed in the manner shown below.
  1. Launch PrintMaster® 17.
  2. Click Help on the menu bar and select Help Center.
  3. Click the View or Print Tutorial icon (light bulb).
  4. Under Choose a Category, click Program Tutorials.
  5. Under Choose a Topic, click Using the Custom Paper Wizard

Oct 13, 2008 | PC Desktops

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How to make labels from EXCEL list?


Hi-

Im not really familiar how to make label on Excel but you can try this steps that works on words:

Please follow the steps below to print Business Cards or Labels in Microsoft Word.

1) Click on TOOLS.
2) Click on ENVELOPES AND LABELS.
3) Click on the LABELS tab.
4) Click on OPTIONS.
5) Under PRINTER INFORMATION select LASER AND INKJET.
6) Under product number select the label type that you are using. If you are using Avery labels, select the number that coincides with the number on the Avery package.
7) Click on OK.
8) Click on NEW DOCUMENT.
9) This will give you the layout of the document format on your screen.
10) Type in all the information you need on one label.
11) Once the label is completed, highlight that whole label.
12) Click on EDIT, COPY.
13) Click on the next label.
14) Click on EDIT, PASTE.
15) Paste the information on all labels until page is completed.
16) Print your labels.

With this procedure, you do not need to modify the page setup or printer driver properties.

Hope this help, pls rate as fixya if this helps. Thanks!


Jun 26, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Dymo 400 Turbo - when I use labels that aren't dymo brand it gives me "out of paper" message


Make sure these are direct thermal labels. You can test by scratching it should leave a black mark. Also you need the "timing hole" in between labels. Load the spool tightly closed with the bal material flush on the left side. We specialize in labels for Dymo printers if you have any questions call our support at 1.800.750.7764

www.labelvalue.com

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