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Default HOW DO I MAKE FILE FOLDER LABELS FROM EXCEL

I have a list of over 500 names in Excel that need to have file folder labels
made. How can I do this? If I have to export it into Word, how do I do that?

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Here are a couple of links about using mail merge:
http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/excel/mailmerg.htm
http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/MailMerge

The first is from David McRitchie and the second is by Beth Melton and Dave
Rado.

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But you could just select the range, edit|copy and then paste into word and do
all the work manually, right?

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I have a list of over 500 names in Excel that need to have file folder labels
made. How can I do this? If I have to export it into Word, how do I do that?


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