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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
Normally support for printing Avery Labels is found within the application you are using to create the labels to be printed, i.e. in Microsoft Office Word or similar publishing programs. . . .Avery provide a Wizard extension to use in Microsoft Word to help you to produce and print on their labels. . . .See http://www.avery.com/avery/en_us/Templates-&-Software/Software/Avery-Wizard-for-Microsoft-Office.htm for further details and to download the Wizard. . . .Note: You need to allow Macros to execute within Microsoft Word in order to use the Avery Wizard.
If you are using Microsoft work to print the label, then follow the link below to Avery's website. The link is to their find a template, type in the label number in the Product # or Keyword search box and it will take you to a down load for that label. Click on the download, you will be asked for some information before the download begins. Follow the instructions on the next page (save the file and remember were you saved it). When you open the saved file it will be in Word and you can go from there.
Click the "Download Template" button. Enter your info and click "Submit". Follow the prompts to download the file. After you download your Avery template, be sure to remember where you saved the file on your computer and the file name. Open Microsoft® Word or an Adobe® program for your template and select File > Open to navigate to the drive and folder to open your template. Use the program's formatting and printing features to edit and save your template. For Microsoft® Word users - If the template looks like a blank page, select Table > Show Gridlines to view the template layout.
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You most likely need to download the proper template from the manufacturer of the labels your using. Look on the package of labels for the web page for them if you don't have the package the company name and template required is usually printed somewhere in the border of the label page. For example Avery avery.com. If the template is not listed you can search the library of templates for one that looks like your labels. Download the template. This should solve your issue of improper centering of the label. Your likely currently trying to use one of the templates supplied by Microsoft, but they rarely work with most labels.
To answer your question accurately, we'll need the manufacturer and the style or product number of the labels you purchased. If they're Avery, or other popular brand, you should be able to use Microsoft Word or Microsoft Works templates which are provided online for free. At the very least, you should be able to (using printout on blank paper as a template) maneuver the label design to fit within the area that your labels occupy and then when you print onto the labels you'll see even more accurately how to adjust future printouts (if necessary). I always do this, even when I use the Avery DesignPro software (free version from Avery). It helps me to keep from having to throw away misprints when the print runs off the edges.