If you want to change the formatting, select the text, right-click, and make changes with Font or Paragraph. Select OK. 3. Select New Document, and in the menu above the document title bar: · Select ‹Customize›. · Enter your new label in the label name box. · Click ‹Save›. Â What if You Have More Labels in Your Email? If you want to add more labels to your Gmail mailing or your Inbox, open a new or custom Word document and click Mailings > Labels. Select the label type to match the label you want to add, and add to that label. You can also add multiple labels on the same line if you like. You can set the label size by using the ‹Size box› for small labels (like a postcard label) or the ‹Size box ‹ for medium labels. Â The ‹Label Style› is applied to the label with the most common size in the dropdown list — so medium will be in the largest font size. Add labels by pressing the “Add Label” button in the ribbon bar in the top-left corner, or by clicking the ‹Add New› button in the label bar. The labels are displayed in the same manner from the Mailings and Labels views. When using the Mailings or Labels views: 1. Select the label type you want to apply from the ‹Label Type› list, or 2. Click ‹Send› and choose whether to include the label in any of the selected items, or 3. Click the ‹Add to› button in the dropdown list in the label bar. The labels are immediately added to the selected items, and you can continue working in the label box, or click ‹Clear› to clear the label from the item. You can edit the email message in Word before sending by clicking the ‹Edit› button on the right of the Mailings section in the ribbon. Labels can be used inside any mail message, and inside any email message you can use the Mailings or Labels views. They can even be used in attachments. Labels will appear on the left side of the message window, just like any other text. Labels are always displayed in a left-aligned text size.