Avery evidently doesn't have a Template. When I asked why, they told me the label is designed for hand writing, but I wanted to type content on it, so here are settings I used successfully on WordPerfect X5 Label Size Width .5 Height .313 Labels per page Columns 10 Rows 10 Top left label Top edge .125 Left edge .2 Space Between Labels Columns .063 Rows .063 Label Margains All at .05 I taped the 4x6 label with 6" edge along the top of a letter size sheet to make certain it fed straight thru my Canon ink-jet printer, and successfully printed the labels.
EASY to use, EASY to apply, EASY to remove! For some reason, the package notes: "Use Avery Template 5125". I don't know whyÃœI use their template 5422. It's EASY and works great! Prints fineÃœbut be sure to change the paper input guide if you have been using the printer for standard letter size printing. I have already recommended to others.
After reading some of the negative reviews I was holding my breath while using these. Fortunately, I had no problem with alignment. Suggestion: Make sure the paper is right side up! Mine worked beautifully!
It is a lot easier to peel and stick than to write my whole address, but it is hard to print correctly. I've tried in Word and online, and both times it messes up. Maybe it's my computer or printer, but either it messes up.
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