How do I make 5160 Labels in Word?

How do I make 5160 Labels in Word?

In Word, press Ctrl+N to start a new blank document and then choose Mailings→Start Mail Merge→Labels. The Label Options dialog box appears. From the Label Vendors drop-down list, choose Avery us Letter; in the Product Number list, choose 5160 Easy Peel Address Labels; click OK.

How do I create a blank Avery 5160 Label in Word?

Click on the 5160 line in the list, and click OK. You’ll now see the 5160 label in the preview on the right side of the Labels dialog. Click the New Document button. That will create a Word document containing a table, whose cells match the labels on the paper.

What size is an Avery 5160 Label?

Avery 5160 Easy Peel Address Labels 1″ x 2-5/8″ 3,000 Labels |

How to print Avery 5161 mailing labels?

Mailing Labels – Rejects. Select this option to print mailing labels for all tax returns rejected by the IRS.

  • Mailing Labels – By Site. Select this option to print mailing labels by the site that prepared the return.
  • Mailing Labels – Self-Prepared.
  • Mailing Labels – Paper Returns.
  • Mailing Labels – Queued Returns.
  • How to print and design with Avery labels?

    Print Misalignment. There can be many different reasons why your project is not aligned properly.

  • Printing Towards a Corner. A common misalignment issue that can happen is your project might be printed towards the corner of the label rather than the correct size.
  • Paper Jam.
  • Smearing Or Smudging.
  • White Margin Around The Sheet.
  • How to convert labels to Avery 5160?

    Microsoft® Windows® 8,7,Vista® or XP

  • Microsoft® Office 2013,2010,2007,2003 or XP (not compatible with Microsoft® Office Starter 2010)
  • Internet Explorer® 6.0 or later
  • 165MB available disk space
  • If your system doesn’t meet the requirements above,you can also find templates in Avery Design&Print Online.
  • How do I print Avery mailing labels from?

    Use Avery Products. If you want to print Avery labels,you need to use original Avery products.

  • Use The Correct Printer. Although some Avery labels can work with both Inkjet and laser printers,most of the labels work with one or the other variant.
  • Print Settings Optimization.
  • Test Print.
  • Do Not Reuse The Label.
  • Manually Adjusting Margins.