To create a folder label, first open a document editor, such as Microsoft Word. Programs like this contain options to create labels, and Microsoft Word contains a list of known label brands to choose from, as well as options for creating labels out of generic label brands.Continue Reading
Purchase the appropriate label for the folders you want to label. Office Depot offers labels for their corresponding folders, making them easy to purchase alongside the folders themselves. Make sure you have a printer that is set up to print labels, which is indicated in the printer manual or settings.
Open Microsoft Word, and create a new labeling document, found under the Mailings tab. Leave the Address field blank, and select the appropriate printer as well as the brand of label to be printed on. Enter the label dimensions manually if the selected brand cannot be located. Select OK, and then select Print and Full page of the same label. Select New Document.
Enter the label information. Microsoft Word provides a layout according to the information entered during the label brand selection step, making it easier to enter information. Once finished, save the document. Insert the labels into your printer, and select Print to print out the labels.Learn more about Office Supplies