Printing Labels In QuickBooks


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Welcome to the QuickBooks Minute. I’m Jayne Miller, the QuickBooks Gal.

One of my clients recently asked if it was possible to print labels in QuickBooks… and if so, how is it done?

QuickBooks prints mailing labels or Rolodex cards from any of the following lists:

• Customers & Jobs- (customer names only, not specific jobs)

• Vendor

• Employee

• Sales Rep

• Other Names

Here's how:

Go to the File Menu, click Print Forms and then click Labels.

Choose the names you want to appear on the labels or cards. QuickBooks gives several options on the “Select Labels to Print” window that displays.

Click OK after choosing the options and the “Print Labels” window displays where you can select the appropriate label format that you require.

That's today's QuickBooks Gal minute.
Please come back for more tips and tricks for QuickBooks users.


I’m Jayne Miller, the QuickBooks Gal. Thanks for listening.

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Comments

  1. THANK YOU - So simple! I couldn't find this information in Quick Books help!

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  3. How can I create label larger than 12 pt. I would like my labels to be 16pt.

    Bruce

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  4. The largest label that I can print using this method is 13 pt. I want to print labels at least 16pt.

    Bruce

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  5. Thanks a lot for your nice posting.
    I think that it is very helpful to all. You get more information here about address labels.

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