Word 2013

Office  Footers Headers, Margins, Labels & Mail Merge

The best way to learn about Word 2013 is to start using it.

Save a Word document (1:45)


In this video, learn how to save your document to prevent losing all of your hard work, and find out how to print your document.

Format a document

Formatting is all about adding visual touches to a document to make it easier to read and look more appealing.

Insert items in a document

This video shows you how to make your presentation more visually interesting by inserting things like pictures and tables, and how to make your text line up with the things you insert.

Add headers, footers, margins, and rulers to a page

In this video, we’re just going add a few finishing touches to our document


 

Custom margins

Watch these tutorial videos to learn how to set a custom margin, and a default margin in Word 2013. Plus, learn how to change the margins of your headers and footers.

Custom margin 

This video shows you how to set a custom margin in Word. It also shows you how to change the unit of measurement for your margins.

Default margin

In this video, find out how to set a default margin for all documents.

Headers and footers

This video is all about changing the margin of the headers and footers, without affecting the rest of the document.


Create labels

Take this course to learn how to print full pages of labels or a single label, and to use mail merge to create a sheet of address labels from your mailing list for mass mailings.

Create and print labels

In Word 2013, you can create many different kinds of labels that work with almost any type of printer. When you find the label you want, check to see if there’s a template for it in Word. Templates can save a lot of time because all the setup is done for you.

Use mail merge to create multiple labels

If you wanted to create a bunch of recipient address labels, you could type them all manually in an empty label document. But there’s a much better way, and it’s called mail merge. Watch this video to learn more.

Format and add a graphic 

After you initially set up your labels, you can make changes and add finishing touches before you go to print.

More options and custom labels

Address labels are the most popular kind of label, but you can also find special printer paper for making things like business cards, and much more.


Mail merge

Use mail merge to create mass mailings that you individualize for each recipient. You can add individual elements to any part of a label, letter, envelope, or email, from the greeting to the entire document, even images. Word automatically fills in the fields with recipient information and generates all the individual documents. In this course we’ll start with email, then move on to letters and envelopes.

Mail merge

To show how mail merge works, let’s start with an email message. You start with a main document, attach a list of recipient information, and add mail merge fields. Then Word automatically fills in the fields with recipient information and generates all the individual documents.

Print letters with mail merge

So now that you have the basics of mail merge, let’s try some different options, including printing letters. You can find everything you need on the Mailings tab.

Print envelopes with mail merge

You create mail merge envelopes the same as email messages or letters. First, click File and close the current document. Make sure to save it, then go to File, click New and open a blank document. Watch this video to learn more.