Is it possible to import or create a custom label template in Printmaster 7? I have a box of Avery 8167 return address labels which I have used with Printmaster 18, but haven't been able to figure out how to use them with this version.
Avery 8167 label is 1.75" x 0.5" | Labels per sheet: 80 | Four columns, ten rows, no gaps?
The Custom Stock Creator can't accept a number less than 0.66, but we can work around that.
Start a new label project. Choose custom size. Enter 1.75 for the width and 1.0 for the height and 0.0 for both gaps.
The result is a label that is twice the height that you need so simply put TWO text boxes on there. Imagine a horizontal line splitting the workspace in half, and position your text boxes accordingly. (One above the other)
I added a red line in the middle to help me. DELETE any such line before printing. I could have added a non-printing guide line instead.
You appear to be the "guru" in solving problems. I have just purchased Print Shop 4 and have tried to set up a custom label (Avery J8167) of 8 to the page. When I get to the end of the process I get a message "the given key was not present in the dictionary" Can you help - this is my first ever post!
Another option is to start a new 8.5 x 11 project and add guidelines. Do your design in one of the sections. Group the elements. Copy and paste the group and move each group onto a new section until you have all 8 sections filled.
Or you can put a different design in each section.
I just bought Avery 22827 removeable labels. Printmaster v7 doesn't have them. If I try to make a custom label, I get some weird error message, then can't close the program (have to restart the computer).
I had Printmaster 12, then bought/downloaded v7 last night. After about five minutes I realized I didnt' like it (not only becasue of the label thing), but it's nothing like PM12.
I'll mess with it some more this weekend. If I can't figure out how to get around the error message, I'm getting a refund.
So....about the Avery 22827-anyone know how to make a custom one? It's about 3 1/2 by 4 3/4, I believe. It's just a rectangular label (four per sheet).
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