Multipurpose labels or printer labels can be used for a number of different purposes including for product packing. Printer labels can easily be printed using printer label templates.
- Microsoft Word
- Printable Printer Labels
- Printer label templates
- Inkjet or Laser Printer
1. If you are using Microsoft Word or Open Office, you can use the templates available at AA Labels.
To look for the correct template for your printer labels on AA Labels, type the product number in the search box at the top right or go to the product page and click the Microsoft Word icon next to “Word Template” in the product specification. Input the location where you want to save this file and click “ok”.
2. Download the printer labels template that fulfils your requirements.
3. Open it with Microsoft Word. Click “File>>Open” (or look for similar commands) and go to the location where you saved the printer labels template.
4. You will get options to edit the template. Add text and/or images to customise it according to your needs.
5. Put the blank printer labels into the printer’s paper feed.
a. Turn your printer on and wait for it to stop moving. Prepare your printer labels. Fan through the stack of multipurpose labels to make sure the pages aren’t stuck together and then line them up like a deck of cards facing up.
b. Set the correct paper thickness. Most printers have different settings for paper thickness. Refer to your printer’s manual to see which settings you should use.
c. Adjust the moveable paper guide on the feed tray. You may have to compress the guide to move it. Slide it to a position that will accommodate your printer labels.
d. Place your printer labels in the feed tray. Look for arrows or text indicating the top of the multipurpose labels sheet. Set a stack of printer labels between the paper guides so the top loads in first. The front of the labels sheet should be facing you. Adjust the paper guide as necessary.
e. Choose your printer settings. Before you print, you should have the option to enter page setup or printer properties. Ensure that your printer is ready to print on labels. Some drivers have special presets for printing on printer labels.
6. Click “Print.” Your software might ask you about your blank printer labels. Input the product information to get a properly lined up label. Your printer labels should now print on your inkjet or laser printer.