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I have a spreadsheet that contains names in one column and full address in another. I want to be able to create mailing labels from this list. Is this possible or would this have to be done in Word?
Thanks.


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I just received a massive worksheet full of information for mailing labels. It's all in columns-which is excel. Is there an easy way to set this up for mailing labels? I've tried to import it into word, but I'm not getting anywhere. Is it possible to change the way excel displays the cells? To a point where I can have the address beneath, then the state, zip, etc? Thanks!


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The excel spreadsheet is set up with each name, company name, address, city, state and zip in each column. This spans 500 names for 500 rows.

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Hi all, I have a small problem which is probably very simple but, I can't quite get it to work.

I have a file with x number of names and addresses and I want to format these names and addresses in mailing label that can be printed out on a sheet of avery labels. The will need to be formatted neatly and have self adjust text sizes for the larger addresses.

EG: the Mailing labels will need to print 3 across and 12 down. The label size is constant throughout the sheet it is only the address size that may change size and I need them all to fit with the bounds of the individual label.

Address 1 is normal

Mr Joe Bloggs
14 Where Street
Timbuktu QLD 4650

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I do mailings a few times a year to subscribers whose information is contained in an Excel workbook, but the nature of the label creation is a little tricky. Let me explain.

I have 236 subscribers on the list, and in any given month, only about 30 to 40 will get a mailing (if you're curious, it's a non-profit ham radio QSL card service). What I need the mailing label to contain on the first line, above the name, is the balance left in their account following the current mailing. That balance will be found in a column in the spreadsheet. The subscribers' other label info are contained in columns N (callsign), P (full name), Q (Street Address), R (City), S (State) and T (Zip). But here's the part that I don't know what to do with.

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Hi guys.

I hope perhaps you could help me with this.

I have a bunch of data in excel that I need to create mailing labels with - no big deal, BUT, I need to create different amounts of the same label.

Let me try to explain:

Say I want to create a label for "ABC123" - I need to create 31 of those labels, 56 labels for "XYZ456," 19 labels for "QWE987."

Is there any way to automate this process? Yes, the number of labels needed is already entered in excel next to the data, for example:

ABC 123 31
XYZ 456 56

etc. etc.

Does this question make sense? I think this is something that can be done with a VisualBasic script, but I'm not sure precisely how to do this.

If you could possibly point me in the right direction, I would greatly, greatly appreciate it.


I want to create labels with data that I have like you would in ms word.

I asked the asst. thing in there and it has no idea what I'm typing.


Thanks in advance for help




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Hi there. I am trying to setup my Excel 7 sheet to be merged into Word 7 to create mailing labels. I am confused as to how to do this.

I have three columns set up like this:
<<Name>> <<Address>> <<City>>

When I open up a Word document and go through the process of creating a mail merge to create labels, the information from the Excel sheet isnt showing up in the merge.

I am not sure if I made sense (my apologies if so).

I need to get this done in the next hour so I dont have time to go through past answers for this problem.

Your help is much appreciated!!!