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Hi
Is it possible to up-date the Avery label templates in Word rather
than measuring and guessing the size for a new custom one
A friend asked me to make some labels (C8100) and i haven't got that
one.
Using Word 2000

Martin

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If the label does not have an equivalent from the many hundreds pre-defined,
then you must set up a custom label format. If you are measuring, there is
no guesswork involved. You take the measurements from the ruler and apply
them. You can export the custom label from the registry if necessary (but
not between Word 2000 and 2002/3 versions).

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Martin @mandeREMOVETHIS.plus.com wrote:
Hi
Is it possible to up-date the Avery label templates in Word rather
than measuring and guessing the size for a new custom one
A friend asked me to make some labels (C8100) and i haven't got that
one.
Using Word 2000

Martin



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On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 11:36:21 -0000, "Graham Mayor"
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If the label does not have an equivalent from the many hundreds pre-defined,
then you must set up a custom label format. If you are measuring, there is
no guesswork involved. You take the measurements from the ruler and apply
them. You can export the custom label from the registry if necessary (but
not between Word 2000 and 2002/3 versions).


Thanks Graham
I'll just have to measure

Regards
Martin

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First, though, double check the labels against others that Avery offers.
Avery has a lot of labels that are exactly the same layout but have
different numbers. The differences involve Laser vs. Inkjet, how many labels
in a package, color, etc. but not layout. Go to a big office supply store
with a sheet of the labels in hand and see if you can look at others that
are similar and get some different numbers that might work or give you a
starting place.
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On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 11:36:21 -0000, "Graham Mayor"
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If the label does not have an equivalent from the many hundreds
pre-defined,
then you must set up a custom label format. If you are measuring, there is
no guesswork involved. You take the measurements from the ruler and apply
them. You can export the custom label from the registry if necessary (but
not between Word 2000 and 2002/3 versions).


Thanks Graham
I'll just have to measure

Regards
Martin



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Avery's own web site does not list this part number.

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Charles Kenyon wrote:
First, though, double check the labels against others that Avery
offers. Avery has a lot of labels that are exactly the same layout
but have different numbers. The differences involve Laser vs. Inkjet,
how many labels in a package, color, etc. but not layout. Go to a big
office supply store with a sheet of the labels in hand and see if you
can look at others that are similar and get some different numbers
that might work or give you a starting place.

Martin @mandeREMOVETHIS.plus.com wrote in message
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On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 11:36:21 -0000, "Graham Mayor"
wrote:

If the label does not have an equivalent from the many hundreds
pre-defined,
then you must set up a custom label format. If you are measuring,
there is no guesswork involved. You take the measurements from the
ruler and apply them. You can export the custom label from the
registry if necessary (but not between Word 2000 and 2002/3
versions).


Thanks Graham
I'll just have to measure

Regards
Martin



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