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how do I go about creating a list of addresses which then I

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how do I go about creating a list of addresses which then I can print on labels
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Microsoft Office
Expert:  HandyDan217 replied 4 years ago.

HandyDan217 :

Hello! The feature you are looking for is called "Mail Merge". What version of Office are you using? I can see if i can locate a tutorial for you.

JACUSTOMER-aka00cj1- :

can I start from scratch ? what program is best to start a list ?

HandyDan217 :

It is best to start your list in EXCEL. It's spreadsheet formatting makes list's very easy. You will want to put the contact's name in the first column, and seperate their address information in other columns. It's pretty straight forward for list management

I have located this great video tutorial for Office 2007/2010 that I think you will find very helpful: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9ExKwXQ3KQ. Please take a few minutes to watch the video and let me know if you have any further questions.

JACUSTOMER-aka00cj1- :

my office is 2003

HandyDan217 :

Ok. Let me see if i can locate a tutorial for the 2003 edition

HandyDan217 :

Ok. Found what appears to be a pretty good one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nBXrjhtWGc

JACUSTOMER-aka00cj1- :

If I have to get back to U what do I have to do?

HandyDan217 :

You can simply bookmark this page to return to me. Press CTRL+D to add a bookmark to your browser

JACUSTOMER-aka00cj1- :

thanx

HandyDan217 :

You're welcome. I hope the tutorial is helpful. Just let me know if you have any other questions. If not, please return to ACCEPT my answer officially. Thank you!