In MS Word, select Mailings, labels. Click on Options and select label size, then select New Document. You can then type address(es) into any cell to correspond with the position of labels on the sheet.
kjrider - I fully understand what you want to do and with Avery you can.
If you have MS Office then open a word document.
Click on the Mailings tab - select Labels Click on Label Vendors drop down list pick Avery A4/A5 Click on Product Number of the label type Click OK Click New Document You will have a blank template for the type of label you have selected. Type what you want in any two labels and print.
It is also very easy to print labels in OpenOffice3.2.1. If you go to File/new/labels and follow the details there, you can actually tell it which label in a sheet to print. I generally use a sheet with 3 across and 7 down. It will ask me whic column and which row to print the label. No waste there!!
Basically, what I am doing is trying to print out labels for my Ebay items.
At present, I cut and paste the address into MS Word or Office, edit the fond and make three copies that I print out on a plain A4 sheet. I then have to stick it onto a parcel with sellotape. I have got plenty of sticky labels to use, but, unless I fiddle around a bit, I can only print out one label or a whole sheet.