What you are describing is the mail merge process, which can be (and is) used with virtually any document type you can name from form letters to mailing labels (and, often, the two together).
Even if you download the Avery label template you want if you're trying to create pages of labels that use a database (whether MS-Access, Excel spreadsheet, or CSV file) you have to go through the mail merge process with the template. You can save the template (and should, if you wish to reuse it) under a name of its own with the merge fields selected but before you actually do the merge process to create the page(s) of labels.
But if you are trying to make a page or pages of labels that all have the same content, a good example would be return address labels, you can do that without mail merge by setting the single one up and choosing the option to make all labels on the page have the same content.
There are scads of step-by-step tutorials out there for using MS-Word and "sticky label template" files to create labels whether via mail merge or many of the same on a single page. If you web search on, say "Avery 5160 label mail merge," you'll find scads of them for the exact label style you're trying to create.
Edited by britechguy, 30 January 2018 - 07:24 PM.
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