Print Mailing Labels – from your Address Book


You can select contacts and print their address labels.

This FAQ explains how to Print Mailing Labels from your address book!


Main advantages

• You can select as many contacts and contact groups as required.

• Kylook will merge duplicated entries

• You also have the ability to select the data you would like to print and define the print order, using the “Drag & Drop” feature

• You can select forms with standard label sizes (for example from the companies Avery, Zweckform, Hama, etc.) or create your own design (customized).


Follow these steps

1. Log in to your Kylook Web Address Book and visit the tab “My Contacts

2. Select the Contacts for which you want to print address labels. You can also select a group and select all contacts from the group


3. Click on “Mailing Labels

You will see an overview.




4. You have two options:

* Print Labels with the selected Contact addresses << choose this option

* Print Labels with your own address data
.. Click here for more information about this feature

5. At the bottom you will see a label preview.


Selecting contacts

6. On the “Contacts” section you will see the amount of selected contacts and a warning icon (yellow triangle) in case there is something you have to check; for example, contacts with more than one address.

Click on the Edit icon to open the Contact site.


On this site you can:

6.1 Select contact groups (6.2) and add these to the label list.

6.3 Define whether you want to print also labels from contacts without Names or addresses. This is useful if such contacts e.g. have only a company name and you would like to print that.

6.4 Click on the “to Overview” icon if you want to return to the overview Site.

6.5 In the tab “With several addresses” you will find a list of contacts containing more than one address.


6.6 For these contacts you can select the addresses you would like to print. In this example the contact “Bab vW” have two addresses and for both addresses will be two labels generated.

6.7 In the tab “Contacts” you will see the List of selected Contacts


6.8 Disable the contact check box if you don’t want to print any address label for specifics contacts


Labels Section

7. On the section “Labels” you will see the most important parameters for page and labels.

Click on the Edit icon to open the “Labels” site.


On this site (7.1 ) “Label format” you can:

7.2 Select a standard format or customized if you would like to design your own Label forms.

Define the position at which the first label will be printed.

The Labels positions will be define like this:

Print_ContactLabels_page example

This feature is useful if, for example, you already have some printed label on the first page.

In the image above, you can see an example showing a page with 3 already printed labels (1,2,3), so you can define to start the label print on the 4th position.

You can also define the dimensions unit (millimeter or inches) and select to print the label borders.


If you selected a customized format you can set the following options:

7.3 The page size and orientation (Horizontal & Vertical)

7.4 The number of labels per line (Horizontal & Vertical)

7.5 The Label Size

7.6 Separation (Horizontal & Vertical) between labels

7.6 The left and top margin from which the labels will be printed


Section “Text and font”

8. On the section “Text and font” you will see the most important text format parameters

Click on the Edit icon for open the Site where you can define the text format.


At this site (8.1) “Text” you can:

8.2 Define the Font, Text size and spacing between text lines

8.3 Define the text spacing (margin) to the label border.


Section Label Data

9. At the section “ Address Data to Print” you can select the address data you would like to print on the label, the position and order for each of the selected data

Click on the Edit icon..


At this site (9.1) “Label Data” :

9.2 On “Available items” you can select and move the data you would like to print on the labels. You can do that with Drag & Drop (9.3)

9.3 On “Define order & position” you can define the order and position of the selected data. You can do that with Drag & Drop. You can also move the data between different lines!


10. Click on the “Create PDF” button to generate a PDF with the address Labels.


11. Depending on the browser, you will get a new site with the generated PDF or the option to download their PDF file.

Important: It is necessary that your browser supports the “PDF” functionality

12. Depending on your browser you will see a command bar with buttons, including the print button.



Share Contact Groups with others & Set Permissions

Select the groups of contacts you would like to share with other Kylook users. It’s an efficient way to share selected contacts with your family, friends and colleagues.

Define the permission access and keep control of your contacts. For each group, you can define who can edit, synchronize and share.

>> How to do that? Click here <<



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