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I just installed Print Workshop 2009 and would like to print some DVD labels. I cannot seem to find the correct template for Avery 8699 labels. Please advise. Thanks.

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Try avery 5931 see if that works Aver templates never match the number they tell you you kinda have to look for the correct number

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I have avery labels 06107 and am trying to print them in word but am not sure how to set up the margins


I suggest you go to the Avery WEB site and download the Word template for your Avery label. Use this template, enter your text and then print, don't forget to place the blank Avery in your printer.
You can download the templates from this WEB site.
http://www.averyproducts.com.au/avery/en_au/Templates-%26-Software/Templates/?Ns=Rank

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Can't open a Word Perfect document with .avery at the end.


Please have a look at the FAQ for Avery label maker and see if your question is not answered there.
In general, wordperfect document files will have a .wpd extension. If your file has a .avery extension, it must have been saved by the Avery application and should therefore be opened by the same application.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

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How do I Print Address Mailing Labels from Avery 300-Easy Peel White Mailing Labels, on Windows XP,CP?


You'll need the actual Avery code for this, or at least the correct measurements.
Open up Microsoft Word. Go to 'Tools' and find 'Letters and Mailings' in the list. Then off of that is 'Envelopes and Labels'. Click on that one and a box will pop up. If you click on 'Options'. From here you can find the correct label settings by the code which will be on the Avery pack. If you haven't got the code, you can scroll through the lists and highlight options to see the measurements but this will take you a while.
Once you chosen your labels, click on ok. Now you can enter your address in the box and print a whole page of the same address or click on 'New Document' and that will give you a page set out correctly for that label sheet.

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I purchased Print Workshop 2009 at a store yesterday and was wondering if I am not missing a disk and some directions in the box? I would like to know what it "should contain". It only has one...


Kelly,

No doubt what you have purchased is a DVD. To install the program you will need a DVD/ROM drive. (If you only have a CD drive, it will not install.)

When you install it, there will be "Help" available on the program, perhaps even a tutorial also.

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I am unable to install your print workshop 2009 on my computer i have windows xp


Disable any antivirus program running. Install Windows SP3. Restart the computer and then try to install the software.

Thanks

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My print workshop 2009 PCDVD that i just brought won't download .


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How to make labels from EXCEL list?


Hi-

Im not really familiar how to make label on Excel but you can try this steps that works on words:

Please follow the steps below to print Business Cards or Labels in Microsoft Word.

1) Click on TOOLS.
2) Click on ENVELOPES AND LABELS.
3) Click on the LABELS tab.
4) Click on OPTIONS.
5) Under PRINTER INFORMATION select LASER AND INKJET.
6) Under product number select the label type that you are using. If you are using Avery labels, select the number that coincides with the number on the Avery package.
7) Click on OK.
8) Click on NEW DOCUMENT.
9) This will give you the layout of the document format on your screen.
10) Type in all the information you need on one label.
11) Once the label is completed, highlight that whole label.
12) Click on EDIT, COPY.
13) Click on the next label.
14) Click on EDIT, PASTE.
15) Paste the information on all labels until page is completed.
16) Print your labels.

With this procedure, you do not need to modify the page setup or printer driver properties.

Hope this help, pls rate as fixya if this helps. Thanks!


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There may a disk problem please see the bottom of the disk if any scratches or any dust . You have clean the disk by disk cleaner solutions. After cleaning the disk put the disk in to the dvd-rom and try it . if not please inform to fixya.com

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I have windows vista. I am trying to find where I print my labels and how I get them printed. Isn't there a template already in Microsoft word??????/ help help Bee


hi bee, MS word will help you by opening help if it's not already opened. Type in the search window ( label templates ) & click search. MS word should hull its butt to the internet & find you a verity to pick from. If you are running anti-virus software with firewall you may be prompted to allow MS word access to the internet.

Enjoy & best regards.

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