Printing Labels Using Mac Pages

You can easily create a simple labels template to print a list of addresses to labels in Pages. The list can come from text or a Number spreadsheet. You can also modify pre-made labels templates to work better.

Comments: 8 Responses to “Printing Labels Using Mac Pages”

    nick
    4 months ago

    Great tutorial Gary. I did a quick test with Pages to see if I could select multiple text boxes and link them all at once, but it doesn't allow it. Any idea why that's not a feature? It would sure make it easier to link multiple text boxes at once. Thx

    4 months ago

    nick: I don't see any reason why it should work that way. Perhaps just a bug or maybe something to be improved at a later time.

    Rosemary
    4 months ago

    tried printing labels using the Contacts app and then File, Print, Details, Style and Mailing Labels. Worked great but I really want the addresses centered in the label box instead of left justified. Is there any way that I can do this?

    4 months ago

    Rosemary: How about using the method in this video?

    Carol
    1 month ago

    For the life of me I can't make the formula work in Numbers. I have read and re-read your instructions and the option return isn't putting a line in

    1 month ago

    Carol: Are you using an older version of Numbers or macOS? Is the only problem you are having the Option+Return?

    Kassandra
    1 month ago

    How can I do this with tent cards that need to have the same record - double-sided with one name upside down?
    Using Avery 5913 - Downloaded from their website
    I can not seem to choose 2 without one of the names going into the other box.

    1 month ago

    Kassandra: Not sure what that template has going on, but you can just keep working with it. Make adjustments. Add your own text boxes if you need to.

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