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Print to mailing labels in Excel?

Print to mailing labels in Excel?

Print to mailing labels in Excel?

(OP)
Is it possible to print names and addresses in Excel in a mailing label format?
I know I can merge it with Word. Or even import it in Access but can Excel generate a mail label format by itself?

TIA

RE: Print to mailing labels in Excel?

To the best of my knowledge you will need to use Word or Access. Excel isn't really designed for that kind of output.

Generally, MS is assuming if you have Excel you at least also have Word. The push with all office suites (not just MS Office) is to treat each application as a "module" of one program (The suite itself.)

Jeff
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RE: Print to mailing labels in Excel?

Hallo, I have some customers and they get "flashes" in Word when they works with a document, this happends several times aday. The document is not so big ether.
Sometimes Dr.W throw them out from the application to.
Can it be some memory problem or ..?

RE: Print to mailing labels in Excel?

Try checking the properties in your display settings, under the advanced button and increase/decrease the refresh rate.

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