TemplatesPrint your labels easily with one of our free templates! We've taken the time to compile a series of templates for each label size we offer that will work with popular software programs, such as Microsoft Word®. Download a printing template.
RegistrationLoad the sheets into your printer so that the registration marks will be in the upper right corner of your printed sheet.
Short Edge FirstFeeding your sheet short edge first will minimize the likeliness of jamming in the printer and give you the best quality print.
Bypass TrayUsing a bypass tray, or a similar manual feed tray will give you the best quality print and reduce the likelihood of jamming.
Temperature & SettingsYour printer settings may need to be adjusted for the material. We suggest using a medium option such as "Labels". Experiment with your printer to find the best results.
Avoid JammingCurling the material upward by hand or "working" the material may also reduce the occurrence of jamming. Curl the sheet slightly as a whole - do not peel back the label.
Storing Your LabelsTo extend the life of your labels, and prevent jamming, we recommend that you store your labels in a cool dry place (72°F, 50% RH). Be sure to leave your labels in the package until they are ready for use.
CleaningIf you are printing a high volume of labels you may need to clean the rollers and paper guides. Rubbing alcohol applied to a rag or cotton ball may be used. Please refer to your printer manual for detailed instructions.
Need Help?Our team is always happy to help you with any questions you may have.
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