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.
My cards look great, but they were a pain to make. Every sheet that went through my printer jammed. if I wanted to print on both sides of the card I had to do one side, then reload the sheet and print the other side. One page came a part in the print and some of the cards got stuck in the back causing another paper jam. I feel like it was too much work just for some contact cards for a program I run. Im not sure whether or not I would recommend these. Maybe if you just made them but had Avery print them it wouldn't be a problem?
This is a really good alternate for creating just a few labels or labels with slight differences instead of dealing with larger sheets, especially for inkjet printers.
I use the 5126 labels to print shipping labels on a Brother HL-L234ODW laser printer. I only print one label at a time, so only half of the sheet is printed with each print job, and it may be a day or two before the other side is used. I re-insert the half-used page, turning it around for the next print job, but whenever I try to print on the other half the page ends up being smeared upon output. This is frustrating as I am basically trashing half of the labels simply because I don't print a full page with each job. Any ideas how this can be fixed?
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