Create labels

This is an Access tutorial covering labels and mail merge in Word. How to create labels in Access and Microsoft Word. The tutor starts off by creating labels in an Access database. The tutor selects a pre-set label style and adds the field information. The tutor mentions that if the pre-set style do not list your labels, you can create your own. The second part of the video covers how to link an Access table into a Word document to create labels. The tutor follows the wizard through selecting a pre-set option. The final part of the video covers how the labels are updated when new records are added to the Access table. Labels in Access are found under the report section. #msaccess #labels #mailmerge

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