529/ 356 Label Template Information

 

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529/ 356 Rectangle Labels 38.1 mm x 21.2 mm
Top/ bottom margin
11.6 mm
Side margins
4.75 mm
Label width
38.1 mm
Label height
21.2 mm
Horizontal pitch
40.6 mm
Vertical pitch
21.2 mm
Corner
2.5 mm radius
Number across
5
Number down
13
Total labels
65 per A4 sheet
Avery* equivalent
L7651
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PDF templates can be useful for setting up graphics in Photoshop or similar programs.

Please note: PDF label templates are a guide only. You should always check your measurements against the figures in the table above.





Template printing margins

If you are having difficulty with labels that are not printing properly, one of the reasons may be that the labels around the edge fall outside of the print area of your printer.

Most printers have a borderless mode which can be turned on or off, though most are turned off by default. You might want to try to switch the borderless mode on, - or just set your margins to zero - if your printer supports borderless mode.

One way to check is to do a print preview. If part your labels fall outside the print border, that is the problem. Switching on your borderless mode in your printer is the solution to that problem.

Microsoft Word 2013

  • Go to Mailings
  • Then Labels

When the window opens

  • 'Options'
  • then New Label

When the window opens

  • give your label a name
  • Enter the figures from the table on this page. NOTE: You may need to convert the millimetres size in the table to centimetres in the Word table. Do this by moving the decimal point to the left by one. For instance, 55 mm becomes 5.5 cm
  • Set the page size to A4
  • hit 'OK'

When the window opens

  • Enter your text in the box. It will automatically go to every label on the page. If you want to add graphics, see below.
  • NOTE: Round labels will generate a square box into which your round label fits; oval labels a rectangle box, etc.

  • Click 'New Document' and Print if you are using text.
  • Go to Insert/ Pictures and insert the pictures you want into each of the label cells on the page. You have to do each one individually, but it does mean that you can have different pictures on different labels on the one page.
  • When you have finished, print the label sheets. Do a 'dummy run' on a blank sheet to test to make sure everything lines up before you begin printing labels.



Microsoft Word 2007

  • Go to 'Tools'
  • 'Letters and mailings'
  • 'Envelopes and Labels'
  • when the window opens go to 'Options'
  • then 'Label Products'
  • go to 'Other/Custom' at bottom of menu
  • go to 'New Label ...'
  • Enter the figures from the table on this page
  • hit 'OK'
  • Enter your text/ graphics in the box.
  • Click 'New Document' and Print



Open Office/ Libre Office

  • Go to 'File'
  • 'New'
  • 'Labels'
  • when the window opens go to 'Format'
  • Enter the figures from the table on this page
  • 'Save'
  • Name your label and then 'OK'
  • Go to 'Labels' tab
  • Enter your data in the box
  • Save the format with a name of your choice
  • Click 'New Document' and print.



What the label design program provides you with is a rectangle into which your label shape fits. You have to place your graphics/ text in the right place within the rectangle.

The label design program then places all the rectangles in the right spot on the page.