How to Copy Labels in Word

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Microsoft Office Word is a popular word processing application that allows users to create and edit documents and easily design flyers, business cards and labels using a variety of templates. After creating your labels, you can copy and paste your design (including text and images) into a separate document. Once you've created a new copy, you can edit the text in your label layout and the document for future use.

  • Open Microsoft Office Word, click on the Microsoft Office button and open your existing labels document. When your label template opens in Word, click on the "Home" toolbar tab.

  • Click on the "Select" button, which is located in the "Editing" pane on the right side of the screen.

  • Click on the "Select All" option to copy all of the labels in your document. Right-click the highlighted labels and select "Copy" from the context menu.

  • Click on the Microsoft Office button and select "New." Double-click on the "Blank Document" icon to open a new Word document.

  • Right-click an area in the new document and select "Paste" from the context menu. The labels from your existing document will be pasted in your new document.

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