If you've ever struggled with Word's or (worse) LibreOffice's mail merge 
features to print a mailing list onto sticky labels then this might be of 

I've created some macros and an example file showing how to print address 
labels on Avery L7160 paper (which is 7 rows of 3 labels on A4) and uploaded 
them here.

- full control over label content (can even differ from one label to the next 
if necessary)
- easily use up a part-used sheet of labels to avoid waste
- read address data from a CSV file
- easily support different address formats for different international 
- option to preview on plain paper
- even label your labels in the page header so you remember why you printed 

No licence - the files are placed in the public domain. Feedback welcome.
Bruce Horrocks
Hampshire, UK

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