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Ncobs79

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Hi,

Need some help? I have Address labels printed with our company logo as a top border and our Company Address at the bottom, How do I create a template so that when I add the Addresses of where the packages are going it prints between the logo and company Address? The labels are L7165. Any help appreciated.
 

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Hi and welcome to TSG,

You can create a new label template based on the standard Avery L7165 label. You should change the name to something like L7175-Logo-Addr to be able to find it easily in the future.

With a sheet of the pre-printed L7165 labels, measure from the top of the whole sheet down to where you want the mailing addresses to start below the logo of the topmost label. That becomes the new top margin. Then measure how tall you want the text area to be between the bottom of the logo and the top of the pre-printed address. That distance becomes the new label height. Do not change the vertical pitch or any other dimensions.

This information is based on me using MS-Word 2016. Other versions of MS-Word may have different steps to create a custom label template from a standard template.
 

Ncobs79

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Hi and welcome to TSG,

You can create a new label template based on the standard Avery L7165 label. You should change the name to something like L7175-Logo-Addr to be able to find it easily in the future.

With a sheet of the pre-printed L7165 labels, measure from the top of the whole sheet down to where you want the mailing addresses to start below the logo of the topmost label. That becomes the new top margin. Then measure how tall you want the text area to be between the bottom of the logo and the top of the pre-printed address. That distance becomes the new label height. Do not change the vertical pitch or any other dimensions.

This information is based on me using MS-Word 2016. Other versions of MS-Word may have different steps to create a custom label template from a standard template.
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Hi and welcome to TSG,

You can create a new label template based on the standard Avery L7165 label. You should change the name to something like L7175-Logo-Addr to be able to find it easily in the future.

With a sheet of the pre-printed L7165 labels, measure from the top of the whole sheet down to where you want the mailing addresses to start below the logo of the topmost label. That becomes the new top margin. Then measure how tall you want the text area to be between the bottom of the logo and the top of the pre-printed address. That distance becomes the new label height. Do not change the vertical pitch or any other dimensions.

This information is based on me using MS-Word 2016. Other versions of MS-Word may have different steps to create a custom label template from a standard template.

Hi,

Thank you for the warm welcome and for your reply. I will give this a go.

Thanks
 

cwwozniak

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You're welcome. Please let us know what version of MS-Word you are using if you would like a bit more detailed steps in changing the L7165 template.
 
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