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How to create Labels with .dot

This blog article outlines how to create Labels with .dot

Requirements: DocumentsCorePack


Figure 1: Example for .dot labels

The easiest way to create Labels with DocumentsCorePack is as follows:

1. First open a new Word document and switch to labels in the main document setup. This can be done with a click on the Mailings-tab –> Start MailMerge –> Labels…. See next screenshot:


Figure 2: Labels in MS Word

2. Next choose one of the existing label formats or create your own. See next screenshot:

Figure 3: Label Option Dialog within MS Word

3. Once the label format has been choosen, they will be displayed in your word document! See example screenshot below:

Figure 4: Label displayed in Word template

By pressing ALT + F9 you will see following screen:

Figure 5: Press ALT + F9

4. Now that basic template has been created and you can now choose the WordMailMerge fields! Insert the Merge fields is done as usual. Click on the and choose “Insert MailMerge Fields”. Answer the question with no and insert the requested merge fields. See next screenshot:

Figure 6: Select WordMailMerge fields

Figure 7: Select WordMailMerge fields I

Before you merge your template you have to save it with a click on the [Save Template]-button. See next screenshot:

Figure 8: Save your template 

5. Save your template in order to continue. Next select the recipients. See next screenshot:

Figure 9: Select the recipients 

6. Now click on Finish & Merge and choose from the dropdown-list. See next screenshot:

Figure 10: Merge the template

7. The finished label could look like following:

Figure 11: The result

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