Use Word Mail Merge to Create Mailing Labels with Clipart Images

Use Word Mail Merge to Create Mailing Labels with Clipart Images

Add clipart images to your mailing labels when performing a mail merge. Good for mailing labels, name badges, conference name plates. Image your company logo…

6 Responses to “Use Word Mail Merge to Create Mailing Labels with Clipart Images”

  1. Pam Lobel says:

    Ralph, how do I make a mail merge if my excel spreadsheet has the A fields
    ALL filled. I did not put names in A, Address in B, city in C, etc. Do I
    have to write it all over again??

  2. Jacob Brown says:

    Do you have any tips on how to link the data set in excel when the headers
    of the fields are not in the first row in the sheet? Thanks!?

  3. Marilyn Bailey says:

    You have the most pleasant voice and manner for video tutorials…most
    appreciated! I have not been able to figure out how to adjust the line
    spacing. Mine seems to be just a little bit more than normal single line
    spacing.?

  4. boharihamen says:

    Your tutorials are just crystal clear and awesome. Kudos from Singapore!?

  5. Ercil Cook says:

    you are the bomb. Keep it up Ralph Phillips. You save the world. I’m
    helping my daughter with her wedding list and this saves us from the
    Apocalypse walking dead drama. lol Thanks ?

  6. Ellen Marie Dumer says:

    THANKS RALPH!?

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