One of the most common phone calls and emails we get is asking for help with printing address labels from Excel data. I wish it was as simple as answering "yes" or "no ."So instead, I've decided to put together this guide on how to print address labels from Excel.
Step #1 Select the corresponding paper size
✅Create a new Excel document.
✅Select Custom Page Size of your label. Select 2''x2'' (51mm x 51mm) or 2.25"x1.25"( 57mm x 32mm).
✅Click Page Setup.
Set your margins. (It is recommended that all margins be set at 0.1cm. Of course, you can modify it according to your needs.)
✅Select OK to save the settings.
If the unit of margins is inches, you can change it as follows
✅Go to File > Options > Advanced.
✅Scroll down to Display.
✅Select your desired measurement unit from the list.
Step #2 Enter print content
✅Back to the Home page.
✅Select View, then select Page Layout.
✅The table will be divided according to the size of the label you pre-selected.
✅Adujust the column width and row height. Enter the content you want to print (e.g., address information).
If you use round or square stickers to print address labels, it is recommended that the text be centered.
Step #3 Print preview and printing
✅Press Ctrl+P to check size and print preview.
✅Click Print or press Enter.
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