Multiple pages of a label template

In Word 2010, is there a way to create a template or layout document for labels, without any names, addresses, etc. already in there so that whenever I need it I can just bring it up and type in the names without having to create the labels from scratch each time? And I'd like to make this template multiple pages if possible.
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
You can create a document of blank labels and save that as a template. Templates and documents aren't confined to a single page. The layout of labels in a document is implemented in a table, so that extra rows can be added by tabbing out of the last cell in the table .
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Let's GoCommented:
Here are the details of how to do it In Word 2010:

On the Ribbon, click Mailing, then Labels.
Click on Options and select the label size (or click on New Label for an non-standard size)
Then click New Document
Then save your document
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Another option would be to use the Mail Merge function.

You create a list of addresses in a separate Word table or Excel spreadsheet with columns for each of the address elements; Name, Street, City, County, Post Code etc. You then link the Word template to the list. The template would be a single page but using the Merge Wizard would create extra pages if required.

This will give a document of multiple addresses.

Alternatively, are you after a document with multiple labels of the same address? If so in the Mailing > Labels window mentioned in previous comment, you can enter the address and it can populate a page of labels.

Thanks
Rob H
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contrainAuthor Commented:
All the Experts solutions would work but this one was more thorough in that it provided the steps on how to accomplish the label sheet.
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