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Avery laser addressing labels l7160

I need foolproof calibrations for avery l7160 sheets (63.5mm x38.1mm)to enable each text label to start and finnish inside its label boundries. mine start outside the boundries even after changing the print calibration settings to +40 on the verticle setting

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Re: avery laser addressing labels l7160

What software are you using? I use Microsoft Word to print my Avery labels, and quite often have to tweak their templates by simply adjusting my margins on the page. I do a 'select all' and then add one tenth of an inch at a time until the proof sheet looks just right. If the labels are a bit off, you can also adjust the pitch in the label options dialoge.

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I am trying to make labels for cd's but they are not printing correctly. The sheets show the cd to the side of the page but it's only printing straight down the middle so it's not letting me print...

I had the same problem. The solution I came up with was to use Microsoft Publisher to print the labels. First I drew a circle about the size of the cd and another inside it for the centre. I printed it out on a plain sheet of A4 paper and measured held it over the label to see how they matched up. I dragged the circles in publisher using trial and error until the circles came out in the same place as the circles of the labels. Then I designed the label inside the circle using publisher and when I printed it on the label it came out in the circle.

If you don't have publisher just check the paper shown in your print dialog and make sure you have changed it to the label type you're using rather than A4 Plain which is the standard.

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I'm trying to print the cd label on the label paper but it's offset and won't print in the right area. I calibrated the printer but it still won't work.

Some CD label software allow you to adjust the "overprint" by resizing the image you are printing. If your software doesn't allow you to size your image larger than the label (so it overlaps) try a different program. Look for a setting that allows it to over print. It's not an exact just have to try to make the adjustments you need. There are also different CD/DVD label sheet types where the labels are setup on the sheet differently. maybe a different setup may work better. However, usually Avery is pretty good.

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How do I use Avery Template

download it from their site in the type of labels you bought (there is u template number on the box).
they provide MS Word documents, open the document and you'll have the labels layout to start creating and printing labels

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I'm using DesignPro to make Avery mailing labels on my Mac, but it only starts with one page and I need multiple pages. How do you add pages?

After you tell the program to print, you will be queued for the number of labels or sheets of labels you want to print.

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How do I print Avery 8987 labels?

use the wizard on Office: Word. use this template
I suggest testing it on regular paper and then over lay it on the sheet of labels.

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CD/DVD 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.

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Avery DesignPro Error while initialising

Reinstalling and restarting won't solve the problem. For some reason Avery design pro limited attaches it self to windows user account. You can create another windows user account and run the program and it will work. When you start the program in the new windows user account it will ask you for your name "Author Name".

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Avery Ink Jet Magnetic Sheets - 3270

It worked fine for us on an Epson. We printed about 40 sheets fed one at a time. Do not stack the sheets in the feed hopper, they stick together because of the magnetism.

There is no template because the material is not die cut. It is just full 8.5x11" sheet size.

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If you have Microsoft Word, you can open a template of the label you're using (which is free from Avery if it isn't already in Word) and make that document into a mail merge document.

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