Avery in Word

  jim63 20:44 25 Dec 10
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Downloaded Avery for Word 2003 but it is not appearing in Word toolbar. Using Vista, Asus Laptop

  howard64 11:57 26 Dec 10

possibly you have to click into tools - labels and envelope to use it?

  jim63 14:14 26 Dec 10

It is on desktop pc which is xp

  Simsy 07:51 27 Dec 10

enable it...

I can't remember exactly, but it thinks it's via Tools>addins.

Possibly another issue is the security settings for Vista. I clutching at straws with that one though... and I don't know how to adjust it, as I don't use it! Sorry,

Regards,

Simsy

  jim63 09:58 27 Dec 10

Have tried tools ect but tab is not showing. Will keep trying.

  QuizMan 10:38 27 Dec 10

Do you really need Avery for Word 2003? According to Avery, in an e-mail from them on another query that I raised, they suggested a method that uses the built-in Avery template within Word 2003. The following is pasted from their e-mail:

USING AVERY LABELS IN MS WORD

1.Open a new blank document (white page icon on the toolbar under 'File')
2. Go to TOOLS, then select ENVELOPES and LABELS
For Microsoft Word XP, click on 'Tools' - 'Letters and Mailings' - 'Envelopes and Mailings'
3. Click on OPTIONS
4. Change the label products to Avery A4 & A5 sizes (if on Standard)
5. Scroll down and select the desired label template and click OK (this takes you back to the
previous screen)
6. If you want a whole sheet of the same details on the labels then type in the
white box, then select NEW DOCUMENT.
If you want to type in different addresses or details onto the labels, leave it blank and select NEW DOCUMENT.

You will then be able to format the text using all of words facilities. If you want to use an address book or database to put on the labels, then you need to use the MAIL MERGE facility in Word.

If you cannot see the template please follow the instructions below

To view the Gridlines for the Labels please follow the instructions below.

1. Click on "Table"

2. Now select "Show Grid Lines"

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