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free label making program

Posted by gardenkat (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 19, 12 at 12:52

I need to make labels for 1 lb. packages of coffee. My partner used to make them using some Adobe program but he's out of the picture now so I will be making the labels myself. I know there are some programs that come with illustrations to use but I want to be able to use one of my photos on the label. Any suggestions?


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RE: free label making program

If you were to google "label software free" you would find a multitude of responses.


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My printer does it without extra software. I even make my business cards. I add small images and borders. I did it on works, but I just checked and Word does it also. You just have to buy the label paper.


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If you have MS word they have all the templates for the various labels from the office store and you can import graphics. That is how I do it and it's so easy. Mary


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Avery has lots of templates. Their labels are easy to find and easy to use.

You can use the templates in MS Word - or they have an online designer that is a snap to use.

Here is a link that might be useful: Avery online Print and Design - FREE!


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I do have MS word, also will check out the Avery link. Thanks for the help.


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If you have word then all the templates are built in. On the pack of lables will be a number. When you are in the lable section of word just scroll down to find that number and there is your template. Mary


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