Instructions: For best results feed the product using envelope feed feature of your printer's paper tray. Some printers may not be able to support this paper size. If the printer does not print the page correctly, check the printer properties to see if an equivalent paper size selection is available that is similar to the Avery product. For example, select File, Print. Click Properties and select an equivalent paper size option. Consult your printer manual for more information on printing custom paper sizes.

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Be sure you are using a genuine Avery product — non-Avery products are not optimized for our templates, and are not manufactured to our specifications. Google Chrome is the preferred browser because you can easily open your file and it print accurately from there. If using a different browser, please follow the extra steps below for printing.

Most Avery products are optimized for printing on either laser or inkjet printers. We always recommend you use the Avery product designed for your printer type as shown on the product packaging.

If you switch printers frequently, some of our products, including our EcoFriendly line, support printing on both inkjet and laser printers. To make sure your project prints on the correct side of your Avery products, we recommend always running a test page first. Look for an icon on your printer feed tray that displays whether you should place the sheet face up or face down.

When you click Print, most printers give you an option to choose the manual feed tray, as well as the ability to print on labels instead of plain paper. The easiest way to print on both sides of your product is to first write "front" and "back" on a plain piece of paper and do a test print to determine which way to feed your printer for successful printing on both sides.

The test print will teach you what your printer requires for two-sided printing. Book Flip means the paper needs to be re-fed after flipping along the shorter end like you're turning the page of a book. Calendar Flip means the paper is flipped along the longer end, like flipping the month of a calendar. Rotation means you simply rotate the paper to re-feed it without flipping it over. Make sure both sides of your test print are aligned correctly before you print on your Avery products.

You can also check out your printer manufacturer's website for more information on two-side printing specifically for your printer.

In order to print on Avery 4" x 6" or mini-sheet products, you need your printer to hold the products snugly. Some printers will automatically change for 4" x 6" printing when you adjust the paper guide, but in most printers, you will need to change the paper size in settings. To change do this, after you click Print, the Paper Size setting may appear in your printer dialog box , or you may need to look in Properties or Preferences. You can also choose Photo if none of these settings are available on your printer.

Only use an inkjet printer for all Avery Fabric Transfers. To keep ink from smearing on your labels, be sure to always use Avery inkjet products with inkjet printers and Avery laser products with laser printers. Colors on your computer can appear differently than on actual printed products. Most computer screens RGB are not optimized to mimic color printing. If exact color matching is required for your product, we recommend using our Avery WePrint professional printing service where you can order a press proof.

Electronic proofs should only be used when exact color matching is not required. See our WePrint Proof Guidelines for more details. Chrome is our preferred browser, as it tends to print most accurately on a consistent basis. We recommend following these steps. Still need help? No problem. Please feel free to contact us! The printing function built into Firefox will not print accurately. If using the latest version of Internet Explorer, no additional steps should be needed.

Otherwise, we recommend following these steps. The printing function built into Edge will not print accurately. Print Your Template How do I get the printing to align properly on the page? Test print. Print first on a sheet of plain paper to determine which direction to feed in your printer and to check your design and alignment.

Printer settings. Print adjustment. This tool will allow you to nudge your entire design up, down, left or right by increments you determine. Deselect Fit to Page or Fit in your printer dialog. If these options remained checked, your project will shrink and not print accurately. Use the manual feed in you printer tray for the best alignment results.

Feel free to contact us! Can I print an Avery laser product with an inkjet printer or an inkjet product with a laser printer? How do I insert my product into the printer so it prints on the correct side? How do I print both sides of my product?

How do I print on a 4 x 6 or mini-sheet product? What type of printer is best for Avery Fabric Transfers? How do I keep the ink from smearing on my labels? Why do the colors on my printed products look different than the image on my computer screen? Select Save or Don't Save to continue. The Print Design box will appear. Use your manual feed tray. Click Print.

Select your printer. Choose to Open the PDF and then select your printer. After you click Print, click on Properties or Preferences, or look for the "Print using system dialog" option where you'll find Paper options For laser printer labels - change the Paper Type to "Labels" For cards - choose "Heavyweight" or "Cardstock.

Click Print and then select your printer. Go to the Preferences or Properties tab in the Print dialog and set the material type to "labels," or "heavyweight" or "cardstock," depending on your product.


Print Your Template

Easily search for your template by product category and then choose from one of our a professional designs or blank templates to customize within Word. Here's how to be sure your product, page settings and printer settings can help you get the best print results. Note: Older versions of Word are slightly different. If you're working in Microsoft Word and your gridlines disappeared, you may need to enable the gridlines in order to see your actual card or label cells.


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