If you want to create custom labels, look no further than Microsoft Word. Whether for personal or professional use, Word offers comprehensive features for creating personalized shipping labels. That's how it's done.
Creating custom captions in Word
When you consider how long Word already exists, it is no surprise that the application creates only simple documents. It not only offers the tools to create personalized envelopes, but also the ability to bring custom labels.
Open a blank Word document and go to the Mailings tab.
Then click the "Labels" button.
tab The following window displays the envelopes and labels you already see on the Labels tab. Enter the desired information on the label in the "Address" field. If you previously created an envelope and saved your sender address, you can check the box next to "Use Return Address" and the information will be transmitted to you.
In the "Printing" section, you can specify that you want to print a full page of the same label. Alternatively, you can select the Single Label option and specify the rows and columns if you want to print a specific number of labels.
See the Label section for a description of your current label selection. To change this you need to select "Options". Let us continue.
In the Caption Options window, you can tell Word what you are doing Print the labels and brand of the label. Under "Product Number", you can select the label type from the list provided. You will notice that the label specifications are displayed under "Label Information". The information displayed here refers to the selected product number. If you do not find what you are looking for, you can select "New Label" and enter the exact details of what you need.
When you are satisfied with your setup, click OK.
Make sure your labels are in the appropriate slot on your printer and click Print.
Creating a Single Page with Different Labels  Now suppose you want to print a series of labels on a single page, but print different information on each label. Do not worry – Word has treated you.
Open a new Word document, go to the Mailings tab, and click the Labels button.
In the Envelopes and Labels window, click the Options button at the bottom.
Select an appropriate style from the Product Number list in the Label Options window that opens. In this example we use the option "30 per page". Click "OK" when you have made your selection.
In the Envelopes and Labels window, click the New Document button.
A new Word document with an empty label template appears.
Now enter the desired information in each label and print it out when you're done!