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Creating an Avery Label Sheet from a Web Application

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My company recently asked me if it were possible to create custom labels for our customers, and I'm having a hard time finding any information on how to do this (so, I'm guessing, likely, it's not possible).

Anyway, what I would like to have happen is a user goes to our website (.NET/C#), chooses 10 products, and then the ultimate result is the Website generates a Word Doc with 10 labels displayed in the proper Avery 5136 templated format so the user can print them out and use them in their store.

Possible?
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I'm going to try the template part of this:

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/3959/Microsoft-Word-Documents-from-ASP-NET

If anyone else has ideas, that'd be great.

Thanks!
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I think this will do what I want.
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