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So glad the tutorial was helpful! Thanks for stopping by, Gigi! So thank you! Word opens a new document that contains a table with dimensions that match that label product.


How To Make Label Templates Using Word’s Create Labels Tool

Happy organizing! Thank you so much for reading! How did you get your zigzag lines to be so thick? I have spent well over a week looking for a template for a specific sized circle to make into a label… with no luck at all. I too am a teacher and I have been wanting to make new labels. Just love being able to do these AND add pictures that are easily downloaded.


Making labels in microsoft word 2013 free


I am hosting a bridal shower for my soon to be sister-in-law and just made the most perfect printables because of your post. So thank you! So glad I could help, Leslie! Life saver! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge. I wanted to recreate labels for my classroom and create some for my new blog, and stumbled upon your post via Pinterest. Keep up the fabulous work!

So glad they are helpful! Abby, Thanks for the step by step label making tutorial! After you create the label, do you print it on some kind of sticker paper? Also, how do you make your labels with the special tape you have? Thanks, Gina. Hi, Gina! I do different things with the labels. Thank you so much for the helpful information about creating labels in Word.

I had no idea so many options existed; I attempted to create my own label with the shapes field, and I decided to check the internet for tips, and I found your blog page. Your instructions and pictures make it easy to create labels, and I prefer this method because I am able to change all parts of my label whenever I want to.

Thank you so much for these great tutorials! Hi, Tyler! Can you tell me where I an bet the black and white zig-zag type of design you have inserted inside of the circle from and how or where to get them? Hi, Nallely! I hope this makes sense! HI I just subscribed! For example…. I found a picture of a piece of lace. I want the lace pattern to fill up the shape, and not just show the piece of lace. Does that make sense?! Hi, Erika! Thanks for the reply!

Ok so when I did fill in the shape the actual piece of lace shows up just like the picture but so does the white background it was photographed on…. Does that make sense? Would that be a more complex issue that only photoshop or something could handle? Oh, my Word! I create stuff every single day, I think! But this… your post has brought me to a whole new level of awesome. Thanks so much Abby! This is wonderful. I do have a question though. Great question, Karla! You will want to select both circles hold down the command key and click on each one , then go to the Format tab.

Hey, Thanks for all the great info. I am using it to make a newsletter for my students. I teach elementary PE. I was going to add that an easier way to select a group of objects may be to click and drag the mouse so that you make a box around the objects.

As long as all the objects you want selected are completely inside the box it will select them all at onece. Ooh thanks for the great tip, Caleb! Very helpful! Wonderful name, btw— my youngest is named Caleb! Hi Abby, Thank you so much for this tutorial, and all the links to your other Word tutorials! This is going to help me so much with some of the stuff I want to do for my blog!

This was so helpful. I never knew you could do so many things with Microsoft Word! Thanks so much for sharing with us. I found this on pinterest, like most good things in my life, and tried this morning. I am generally so technologically challenged and have a hard time picking things up but I did! At label creating. Thanks to you!!! I was looking for less expesive ways to do Christmas this year and I found out how to make labels for my homemade gifts.

Thank you for your amazing passion and hard work. You have inspired me to start my on blog with the focus on teaching resources and classroom organizing to start. I bought your new blogger book and am all most done. It has been so helpful. My goal is to have it up and running by the end of February.

Congrats on the new blog, Kim! Thank you for this! Making something in Word and handcutting is so much quicker when making only one or two of something, especially since I only have a couple of cartridges. Thanks so much for your time and effort!!

Awesome blog! I hold the control key down and point and only get arrow at the out corners of box. I really love your blog! You have a easy way of explaining things that is so nice. I have a question that I was hoping you could help me with. I want to make a circle label. But I also want to wrap some text around the inside edge of the circle.

How do I do that? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much, Sincerely, Bonnie Russell. Please help! I have followed your directions to a T — watched your video over and over …. I have tried holding down the Control key on my laptop … also the Shift key and no key at all … just staying on the format page. Nothing seems to work. Can you please help. Many thanks.

Is the process different for mac? Thanks, Cynthia. Thank you so much for your tutorial. Thanks so much for this tutorial! I was going to pay someone money to create cute labels for a birthday party I am hosting, but when I saw your post I realized I could just make them myself!

Hi, Caroline! You could also use templates from Avery. Thanks for this post! Lol I had no idea I could do This in Microsoft word. This helped me a lot!!!! I thought this was really hard! Thank you for this tips and tricks. I really appreciate it. Now I know how to make my own labels. This is really helpful. Adobe Illustrator is a good option when you want something extremely professional and you want it to go perfect on large level printing.

But it does requires some special skills and Illustrator is not so easy tool to learn and make your designs around. This is fantastic!!! Thank you so much for taking the time to do a step-by step post. Mine turned out super cute! Love this!! Have a quick question..

How would you make duplicates? Hi, Valerie! This is probably long overdue and maybe someone already mentioned it in the long comment list. Just wanted tEllis you that for the grouping part you can click on select or select all and right click to group I stead of clicking on each and every element. Thanks for the great tutorials.

Thank you so much!!! You helped make the jar itself beautiful. Thank You!! I discovered your blog after searching extensively for cute label templates online. Your tutorial was so easy to follow and incredibly helpful. I genuinely appreciate the time and effort you put into creating and sharing your suggestions and knowledge of making labels, invitations and an array of other things that I have yet to find.

I just made my own labels thanks to you and I cannot wait to see what else is on your blog. Aw, thanks so much, Julie! Thanks for stopping by! This has been so helpful. Thanks for this and I definetly be back for more. Thank you so much for this post and your quick, concise instructions.

You just helped me out tremendously! Hi, Amy! The crayons label is a rectangle shape with a red outline, no fill. Great post! The information is awesome, thanks! Thanks a lot for this fabulous work and fantastic blog. I just wanted to thank you! I have spent well over a week looking for a template for a specific sized circle to make into a label… with no luck at all.

I have also in the middle of all that gone to Word numerous times, since I KNEW there had to be a way to make them myself. I finally Goggled how to make circle labels in Word or something along those lines and it led me here! No joke… 5 minutes later I had my base labels made and I was just filling in words! What am I doing wrong? It helped me a lot making labels for my business! I just used this tutorial to make Twirl Tryout Labels!

Can you help us improve? Resolved my issue. Clear instructions. Easy to follow. No jargon. Pictures helped. Didn’t match my screen. Incorrect instructions. Too technical. Not enough information. Save or print the labels like any other document in Word.

Select Options. Select the type of printer you’re using. Select your label brand in Label products. Select the label type in Product number. Select OK. Select OK in the Labels dialog box. Save the document for future use. Select a label template and open in Word for the web.

When we do that, Word places the labels in a new document that’s ready to print. The advantage of doing it this way is that we can add formatting.

We’ll look into that in movie 3. For example, you might want to do this if you only have one label left on a sheet. So now you know how to create multiple labels with the same text. Up next, we’ll create multiple labels with different text that we can use for mass mailing.

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