The additional spacing between cards allows for full bleed (edge to edge) graphics use while the perforations tear cleanly and easily, allowing anyone to create a professional looking card from the comfort of their own home or office. Just needs to be sold in the larger box, like the Avery 5911 standard cards, to be perfect.
Been a long time user of Avery, I buy different sized labels for tagging and labeling my business inventory. Good label quality, does the job wonderfully. I do wish they had better software because I always struggle with the correct printing alignments. When I was on my Mac, I used this app called Orion Label Maker which helped print with the correct alignments. I now print from my work PC and have yet to find a reliable label app.
The print comes out too far up & to the right. Tried a different print setting, didn't work. Tried repositioning them, still didn't work. The labels are ok for personal use, but definitely not sell-worthy, which is my main purpose for using this site.
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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