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1. Buy labels.
2. Create labels using Word, OpenOffice, or any label application program. In word, to to tools, envelopes and labels, then select the label manufacturer and number of the labels you purchased. Select New document and the labels appear in your document.
3. Type out labels.
4. Put labels in printer and print.

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