Received a last minute invite to be part of an annual charity event. We made up labels with a discount code to place on the back of 1000 postcards promoting our business. Was able to place five lines of Arial 9 type on each label some lines in bold font. Very legible.
These labels could be great. However, the perforation performance needs to be re-designed. As a school library media specialist, I use these labels to create new barcodes for our students - as well as for our books, equipment, etc. After using the sheet once or twice the perforations begin to come apart - therefore deeming them unusable. Often times I only print about five label at a time; so, I save the sheet to reuse. Unfortunately, I find myself having to throw away multiple labels before using them because the perforations have not held up. Please find a way to re-design the perforations so that they last longer when being used in a laser printer.
I have using the Avery #5160 address labels for over 10 years. They have been that reliable..don't fool yourself into thinking that all labels are the same, and that other brands work just as well. Avery labels stick every time, and work well with all popular PC software, and Avery's website can provide templates. The 5160 address labels are perfect for your company or organization's mailing list, invitations, or even making your own return address labels. I use them for printing out sheets of address labels for my monthly billers. They never bunch up or get stuck in the printer, whether you use a personal inkjet or a big professional laserjet. I was most impressed when I found a five year-old box I had forgotten about in a closet. The labels had not lost any of their stickiness! I'm sticking with Avery.
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