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Avery 22808 etiqueta de impresora - Etiquetas de impresora (Marrón, Inyección de tinta, 2.5")
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- Patented label sheets are designed for fast peeling.
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Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Marrón
Etiquetas por paquete: 225
Hojas de medios por paquete: 25
Tamaño de etiqueta: 2.5"
Tecnología de impresión: Inyección de tinta
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If you are looking for the label to be precisely centered, you might need to work a little to get the design perfect. My design was more forgiving, so I didn't take the extra time to adjust. However the design was was very slightly off-center. For me this wasn't a problem, but I have included a picture to show the degree of adjustment that would be required.
As for the labels themselves, they are easy to use, high quality and have a good weight to them. Generally they are perforated well and are easy to remove from the backing. However a couple were a little more difficult and I ending up tearing a corner. To remedy this, I found that if I worked the edges up from the back of the label, by moving my fingers across the backing, the label would begin to lift free from the backing. Then I would be able to see if there were any areas that required special care.
I am very happy with my finished project as I added the labels to metal tins, which I am using as spice containers. I then put these on magnetic sheets that I applied to the inner door of my pantry. Great space saving spice rack!
To design and print the labels, you can use Avery Design & Print Online with an Avery account, or you can download templates to use on your computer. The pre-designed downloadable templates are all for Microsoft Word. Avery offers plain templates that you can use with your own designs for Microsoft Word, Apple Pages, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, and Adobe Photoshop. I used the plain template for Apple Pages, as it is easy to work with images in Pages, and I designed my labels in Photoshop. The instructions that Avery offers for templates are to download and make any edits you want on that document, save the document, do a test print, then print your labels. But you can save the downloaded document as a template before you add or change anything, so you will have it for future use in the editing application of your choice.
Once your labels look the way you want them, do a test print on paper. You can check the colors, centering, etc. and get an idea of whether the print will align correctly with the sheet of labels. I had one small problem with alignment, but it wasn't the fault of the template. The bottom row of labels was slightly off-center on one sheet, because the sheet did not feed into the printer precisely straight. I'm not sure if I can avoid this consistently, but try to make sure your sheet is completely straight in the printer tray. I could not print these with more than one sheet in the printer tray. My printer would always grab a stack. I ended up putting the sheets in one at a time, which worked fine. I wish I could figure out how to use some of the MS Word templates in Photoshop and Pages, but the frustrations with using my own designs with the Pages template were very few.
One of the templates worked, and one of them didn't.
I bought a can of clear spray paint and sprayed the labels AFTER I printed the spice names on the labels.
Since the water based inks used on ink jet printers will run/smear if they get wet. Not a problem if you print them on a Laserjet printer.
A spice jar lid getting wet in the kitchen is almost guarantee. The clear paint, keeps the labels from getting ruined when wet.