Avery Labels No Longer Available Word 2007


T

Trainer

I use the Label and Envelope function in Word all the time and I have been
very frustrated and disappointed with the change to Word 2007 when it comes
to selection of labels.

It seems that the standard Avery labels by number is not available any
longer the way it used to be and I can't fit on my laserjet labels
individually or on sheets the name and address. In fact Avery # 6164 which I
use for first class labels is not longer an option.

Do you have the knowledge as to where I can get or reload the label numbers
I use so I can continue to make my mailing labels in a professional manner?

Avery
# 2181 for 1/3 file folders 12 on a mini sheet (six and six)
# 5160 1' X 2 5/8" 8X10" sheet
# 5163 2' X 4" 8X10" sheet
 
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J

Jay Freedman

I use the Label and Envelope function in Word all the time and I have been
very frustrated and disappointed with the change to Word 2007 when it comes
to selection of labels.

It seems that the standard Avery labels by number is not available any
longer the way it used to be and I can't fit on my laserjet labels
individually or on sheets the name and address. In fact Avery # 6164 which I
use for first class labels is not longer an option.

Do you have the knowledge as to where I can get or reload the label numbers
I use so I can continue to make my mailing labels in a professional manner?

Avery
# 2181 for 1/3 file folders 12 on a mini sheet (six and six)
# 5160 1' X 2 5/8" 8X10" sheet
# 5163 2' X 4" 8X10" sheet

Apparently your Avery 6164 labels are discontinued; searching their
web site for that product number returns no results:
http://www.avery.com/avery/en_us/Se...AND(SITESCHANNELS:Avery.com)&Ntt=6164&x=0&y=0

The other three product numbers you listed are available in the Word
2007 labels dialog. If you don't see them, click Office button > Word
Options > Resources > Diagnose.

If all else fails, you can download "templates" (actually documents,
not what Word refers to as templates) from the Avery site,
http://www.avery.com/avery/en_us/Templates-&-Software/Templates/_/Ns=Rank.
 
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Suzanne S. Barnhill

#2181, #5160, and #5163 are still available in Word 2007 (they're sorted
"alphabetically" rather than numerically, so you may have missed them);
they're actually U.S. Letter rather than 8x10, though. #6164 is not
available in Word 2003, either, but you can create a custom definition for
it (the box will usually include instructions on how to do this).

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org
 

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