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How to create mailing labels in Microsoft Works

I have created labels in Microsoft Word before. I tried to do them in Microsoft Works word porcessing document and could not figure it out. Could someone expalin to me how the label function works in Microsoft Works?

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Dorothy

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  • Anonymous Mar 09, 2008

    I have the same problem I've used works in the past for mail merge labels out of address book. Now have works 8.5 on vista. I Click tools, labels, Click merge labels, select size, new document, back to tools, click merge, click insert names (this is after checking merge from address book & inserting address block) names come up, click on ind. names then select then ok.
    View fields sometimes holds the selected names other times it clears them & only keeps the last one or two you select, sometime clears all of them and shows, There are no entries in your mail merge list that match the filter options for this document. I have been able to get up to 30 selected names then it clears all of them (They have showed on print preview) have been unsuccessful in finding out what the problem is tried all help areas.
    The beauty of creating labels through works is if you change any thing in your address book (now called contacts on vista) it changed on all documents you created out of the merge.
    Never had a problem on xp or millinium.
    Holley

  • trish_sims Dec 02, 2008

    I have the same problem can only get one label per sheet - how can I get a an addrees on each label. Is this a problem with Vista?

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With a Microsoft Works Word document open, select: Tools>Labels>(the list of available label types will pop up, select the label sheet you're using) then select: Tools>Mail Merge>Open Data Source...

Don't know how it could be simpler.

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  • Aimiel Ireman Dec 22, 2007

    Dorothy,



    Is there a problem which you haven't stated? Were you able to use the directions that I gave you. If you're familiar with Mail Merge in MS Word, then Works Word should be a chich. What's the hang-up?

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When choosing "Labels" the first screen gives three choices, Individual, Same or Merge. The second choice is what you want. You will see one label, create the label and formatting that you want. Click Print Preview and you will see thirty identical labels.

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One label is all that comes up. insert the field you want example address block, back to tools>merge>select names>then click on ind. names then click select, they will go into merge recipients then click ok. Confirm on view results or check print preview.
Note: You will need to click on merge mailing labels from data source (3rd down) when 1st selecting what type of label sheet, select size, new document, Click merge from address book (or data source), then insert the fields, then back up to tools as above.
Hope you don't have Vista, doesn't seem to work properly.
Hope this helped.

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

Aimiel,

When I do the mail mege in MS works, instead of getting 30 labels on the merged document, I only get one label. If I copy all the fields and create 30, it gives me 30 labels of #1 label instead of #1-#30 individual labels. This is where I am getting stuck

Can you help?

Posted on Dec 24, 2007

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