Once you have created and saved your mailing label in Word, click on the File menu to access Print Preview. Check whether the printed version comes out correctly using this function. Once satisfied with the look of the end product, click on Print to print the label out.
In order to print out a mailing label properly, you must make sure it is formatted and set up properly. Start by selecting the Tools menu. From there, select Letters and Mailings, and then Envelopes and Labels. Click the Labels tab, and click Options. Pick the type of label you want to create and print, and then click Okay. Once this is complete, select New Document to begin setting up the new mailing label.
Using the Show Gridlines option allows you to better format the text on a label. If creating multiple labels, the gridlines help make the process of copying information over easier, so you do not have to manually place the text in the right place every time.
Once finished with a new label, select Save from the File menu. Save the label as a document into an appropriate folder, in case you want to access or modify it later.